World music improviser David Sait, a fourth generation musician, lives and creates in the Great White North of Canada. He has developed a mysterious music experience made on an intriguing instrument. A curious collection of contemporary techniques and tunings are the primary source for this music made on the guzheng, an ancient Chinese instrument. It is a 21 long stringed zither that dates back more than 2,000 years with moveable bridges and a majestic wooden construction.
David is currently active collaborating in the Toronto based creative community, he is a long standing co-editor of SoundList, curator of the experimental music series "Gone Fishing", seasonally provides a live music backdrop for contact dance jams at the Dovercourt House, creates art collages, develops graphic design for various projects, and he is adamantly exploring the boundaries of electric + acoustic guzheng sounds.


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