Improvisation Day at Kingston University, London


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The Improvised Space: Techniques, Traditions and Technologies

A Research Day on Improvised Music
Kingston University, London
Wednesday 6th April 2011
10:30am-6:00pm, Concert 6:30pm

The Department of Music at Kingston University presents a research day on improvised music, with special guests Evan Parker and Bennett Hogg. The programme includes presentations, demonstrations and workshops by researchers and practitioners in a range of fields, from jazz to free improvisation, acoustic performance to laptop music and live electronics, and new theoretical perspectives on spontaneous music making. The event will culminate in a concert of improvised music, featuring the eminent saxophonist, Evan Parker.

Keynote Speakers: Evan Parker & Bennett Hogg

Also presentations by Meredith White, Helen Julia Minors, John Ferguson, The Splice Girls (Manuella Blackburn & Diana Salazar), Jane Masters, and David Hackbridge Johnson amongst others...

Coombehurst Studio
Kingston Hill
Kingston upon Thames
KT2 7LB.

25 minutes from Central London by train. | Directions

£10 Entry to all events (£2.50 for students).

Online booking required. Click here | For more information email Diana Salazar.

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