Chris Corsano

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Chris Corsano
Chris Corsano 07A.jpg
Background information
Englewood, New Jersey, United States
Associated actsSix Organs of Admittance
Corsano Flaherty Duo
Dimension X
Sunburned Hand of the Man
Vibracathedral Orchestra

Chris Corsano is a drummer from New England, United States. He often performs in an improvisation duo with saxophonist Paul Flaherty. He has also recorded material with artists such as Evan Parker,[1] Dredd Foole, Sunburned Hand of the Man, Six Organs of Admittance, Kim Gordon, Thurston Moore,[2] Matt Valentine, Nels Cline, Vibracathedral Orchestra, Cold Bleak Heat, Jim O'Rourke,[2] Jandek,[2] Michael Flower, Bill Orcutt, and C. Spencer Yeh as well releasing numerous solo recordings.[3][4][5]

Corsano has been a touring musician with Björk, having featured on her 2007 studio album Volta.[2] He is also a member of the psychedelic rock trio Rangda, with Sir Richard Bishop and Ben Chasny.[2][3] He received a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists award (2017).[6]

He's also playing in dimension X with Massimo Pupillo (bass / Zu member) and David Chalmin (guitar)


  • Quand Fond La Neige, Où Va Le Blanc? (Relative Pitch, 2019)[7]



  1. ^ Eyles, John (2009-12-01). "John Edwards and Chris Corsano Tsktsking Review". BBC. Retrieved 2010-10-19.
  2. ^ a b c d e "album review: Chris Corsano Band - High and Dry". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 2010-010-19. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ a b "Interview: Chris Corsano". Tiny Mix Tapes. Retrieved 2018-01-04.
  4. ^ Bennett, David (2015-12-18). "For Bill Orcutt and Chris Corsano, It Was Noise at First Sight". Miami New Times. Retrieved 2018-01-04.
  5. ^ Grayson Haver, Currin (2018-12-06). "Chris Corsano / Bill Orcutt: Brace Up!". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2018-12-13.
  6. ^ "Chris Corsano :: Foundation for Contemporary Arts". Retrieved 2018-04-19.
  7. ^ Christine Abdelnour/Chris Corsano, Quand Fond La Neige, Où Va Le Blanc?. Review by Alex Henderson, The New York City Jazz Record, November 2019, Issue 211, page 22 - retrieved 5 November 2019.

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