Tony Conrad (b. Concord, MA, 1940) has worked in music composition, video, film, and performance since the early 1960s, and was involved in the early development of minimal music and underground cinema. He is best known for his violin playing with the Theatre of Eternal Music and for his 1966 film The Flicker, a key early work of the Structural Film movement. Conrad continues to show his video works and perform regularly in the U.S. and internationally.

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