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Sound and Music Improvisers Residency

From February-June 2014 I took part in an improvisers residency as part of Sound and Music’s Portfolio scheme, aimed at supporting and promoting emerging artists. The residency consisted of 2 long weekends spent at Wooda Farm in Cornwall, UK where, along with 5 other improvising musicians, I developed my improvisation practice under the tutelage of Steve Beresford.

Fellow improvisor Seth Bennett gives a round up of the first weekend here.

My general reflections on the residency are here, and in a second blog I talk about my experiences of working with Live Coding in a mixed acoustic/electronic group.

The residency ended with 2 performances. The first was at Wooda Farm for an audience of local people and the second at The Vortex in London. Here’s a video from The Vortex performance:

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