Dickie Landry

Born in Cecilia, Louisiana, Mr. Landry has performed his solo saxophone works in major venues in the USA, Canada, Europe, Russia, Cuba, Haiti, South America, India, Taiwan and Japan.  Besides his solo work, Mr. Landry has performed and collaborated with other composers, musicians, artists, theatre directors and choreographers including, Philip Glass, Laurie Anderson, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Talking Heads, Robert Plant, Robert Wilson, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra, Chuck Close, Lawrence Weiner, Robert Rauschenberg, Gordon Matta-Clark, and Trisha Brown.  His return to Lafayette, Louisiana has him performing with the All Star Legendary Swamp Pop group, Lil Band o’ Gold and the Creole Reggae group, True Man Posse.  Mr. Landry worked with theatre director Robert Wilson as music director/performer/composer on “1433” “The Grand Voyage” a Music theater work inspired by the story of Admiral Zheng He. World Premiere at National Theatre 2/2/10’. Staring, Chinese Opera Diva, Mei-Yun Tang and U Theatre Director, ChihChung Huang. Costumes by Tim Yip.  His “Mass for Pentecost Sunday”a commission by Domnique DeMenil for the opening of the Menil Collection in Houston,Texas was Premired at the Rothko Chapel in 1986.  Mr. Landry’s paintings, videos, photographs and drawings have been shown in galleries and museums around the world.  Most notably, Leo Castelli Gallery, Whitney Museum, Los Angeles County Museum, Texas Gallery, San Francisco Museum of Art,  Basel Art Fair, Brazil Biennale.

Lafayette, LA