This Friday (April 7, 2017), at 1:10pm: Sirene 1009 (Han-earl Park: guitar; Dominic Lash: double bass; Mark Sanders: drums; and Caroline Pugh: voice and electronics) kicks-off the Arts Council of Ireland funded series with a performance at Aula Maxima (University College Cork, College Road, Cork, Ireland).
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Friday, April 7, and Friday, May 19, 2017: Sirene 1009 (Han-earl Park: guitar; Dominic Lash: double bass; Mark Sanders: drums; and Caroline Pugh: voice and electronics) perform as part of an Arts Council of Ireland funded series. Friday, April 7, 2017 Performance by Sirene 1009 at Aula Maxima (University College Cork, College Road, Cork, Ireland). […]
improvisation workshop with Mark Sanders, Dominic Lash, Han-earl Park and Caroline Pugh (Cork, 2017)
Cork, 7 April 2017: group improvisation workshop with Mark Sanders, Dominic Lash, Han-earl Park, and Caroline Pugh. A practical, playful, hands-on masterclass, this workshop will offer a unique opportunity for performers to participate in musical interactions, and create spontaneous musical expressions. In addition to learning to realize the possibilities of improvisative play, the workshop will be an opportunity to meet and interact with local, national, and international practitioners of improvised musics.
Mar-01-2017: Monmouth, Wales
Mar-02-2017: London, England
Mar-07-2017: Belfast, N. Ireland
Mar-08-2017: Derry, N. Ireland
Apr-07-2017: Cork, Ireland
May-19-2017: Cork, Ireland
Original photographs/images © 2015 Han-earl Park; © 2015 Translating Improvisation; © 2015 Peter Fay; © 2015 Caroline Pugh; © 2015 65Fen Music Series; and © 2015 Michael Foster.
Simon Rose: “Did you know how loud you were?” Han-earl Park: “Oh. Yes.” Rose: “I thought you did.” Thoughts and questions in response to Translating Improvisation’s symposium back in May from the POV of an institutionally unaffiliated, sometimes teacher, amateur scholar and anthropologist [previous twitter transcripts…]. Below the fold is an unedited twitter transcript of […]
May 29 and 30, 2015: as previously posted, I’ve been invited to participate in Just Improvisation: Enriching child protection law through musical techniques, discourses and pedagogies. See below for the program including the list of musicians involved. The symposium, organized by Translating Improvisation, takes place at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (Queen’s University, Belfast, N. […]
May 29 and 30, 2015: I am honored and excited to be invited to participate in Just Improvisation: Enriching child protection law through musical techniques, discourses and pedagogies. The symposium, organized by Translating Improvisation, takes place at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (Queen’s University, Belfast, N. Ireland). Admission is free, and the event is open […]
May-2-2015: Manchester, England
May-3-2015: Cambridge, England
May-4-2015: London, England
May-29/30-2015: Belfast, N. Ireland
At the io 0.0.1 beta++ website, I’ve posted the twitter transcript of observations from a Computer Music event: As a institutionally unaffiliated, part-time geek (and amateur anthropologist), I find the Computer Music tribes’ behavior fascinating. This is an unedited transcript of my observations from ImproTech Paris-New York 2012 : Improvisation & Technology series of events. […]
Thanks to Trevor Brent and everyone at Freedom of the City for a fantastic and welcoming festival; to Rob Mackay of the University of Hull-Scarborough Campus for being a wonderful, generous host—organizing the performance, housing and feeding the musicians; and to Jazz @ The Oxford for their open mindedness and enthusiasm. Special thanks to John […]
This Thursday (May 3, 2012), at 7:30pm: a performance by Numbers (Richard Barrett: electronics; and Han-earl Park: guitar) takes place at Performance Space 2 (University of Hull: Scarborough Campus, Filey Road, Scarborough, England). Admission is £4 (£3). ‘Numbers’ (CS 201 cd) is available from Creative Sources Recordings [details…] Performers: Richard Barrett (electronics) and Han-earl Park […]