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Lively Music

Saturday, March 26, 2016 at 8:15pm
World Music Hall
FREE!

Impulsions by Phil Edelstein, a close associate of David Tudor, is a laptop quartet performing shifting rhythmic patterns of convolving impulse responses
untitled performance - Michael Johnsen (Pittsburgh Modular), a major figure in the analog synthesizer revival, will set two AM radios into a kind of auditory fighting fish frenzy
Speaking in Tongues by John Driscoll, a close associate of David Tudor.  The ultrasonic feedback instruments that provide the basis for the work are tactile electroacoustic puppetry, simultaneously intuitive and surprising.
TBA - Jessica Rylan (Flower Electronics),  a major figure in the analog synthesizer revival, will play her distinct synthesis designs and possibly tell a few jokes.
Gustavo Matamoros, a central figure in experimental music in Miami, presents meditative acousmatics combining urban, natural, and invented soundmarks.

A World of Arts in the Heart of Connecticut