Specifically, it encourages broad dissemination of Braxton’s music through creation of, and support for, performances, productions, recordings and other new media technologies. It also documents, archives, preserves and disseminates Braxton’s scores, writings, performances and recordings and advocates for a broader audience, appreciation, funding and support base for Braxton’s work.
Founded in 1994, the Tri-Centric Foundation was restarted in 2010 after a ten-year dormancy. Projects this year have included the studio recording of Braxton’s Trillium E, a four-act opera involving 60 performers, and the two-day celebration of Braxton’s 65th birthday, featuring an extraordinary cast of performers. Photos, video, and links documenting both events is available on the Tri-Centric Orchestra blog.