From the Detroit News:
Joel Peterson has hosted a wide variety of concerts since co-founding the Detroit café-cum-performance space Trinosophes in 2013, but until recently, he still had a festival-shaped hole in his heart. From 2006 to 2008, while he was still booking shows at the Bohemian National Home, Peterson organized an event called the Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music. The avant-garde performances the festival presented proved popular, and Peterson says patrons have asked for a revival since Trinosophes opened. They’ll get their wish this weekend, as the venue presents “Over the Pavement: A Festival of Art Music.” Peterson says the event came together when several acts he’d wanted to book for some time all wanted to play Detroit in the same time frame.