about the project.

The “Wandering Band” was a free performance of vocalists and musicians armed with portable wind, string, and brass instruments, organized in collaboration with Residency Unlimited. Conceived by artist Ana Prvacki, the Wandering Band artists performed their daily practice of scales, tonal, and finger exercises while strolling along the meandering paths of the High Line.



Musicians and Singers:

Elizabeth Arce, Trombone

Yumiko Furukawa, Ukurere (Hawaian Guitar)

Joe Keady, Tuba/Trombone

Kjersti Kveli, singer/songwriter/soprano

Darryl Little, Sax / Alto

John McQueeney, Saxophone.

Daniela Mills, Violin

Lucia Palmieri, Operatic Soprano

Youssef Rakha, Trumpet Stylist

Detre Reed, Violin with vocal percussion

Caroline Ritson, Celtic Harpist

Amelia Saul, artist

Inbal Sharett, Opera Singer

David Tamura, Experimental Saxophonist/Guitarist

Mayumi Tsuchino-Alomar, voice

Mary-Ann Tu, flutist

H. Honne Wells, contra-baritone with banjo


United Nations International School

Andres Abenante , Guitar

Alejandro Dale, Guitar

Sarah Dutilloy, voice

Elliot Chang, cello

Paul Chang, Clarinet


Clinton School for Writers and Artists

Mitch Raftery and students, Accordion and Voices

about the artist.

Multi-media performance artist and sculptor, Ana Prvacki, was born in Serbia. She received her BFA from Pratt Institute, NY; her MA from El Nuevo Proyecto Cibernetico y Ecologico Universitat International de Catalunya, Spain; and her MFA from LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and Singapore.

To learn more, visit: ananatural.com