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Federico Reuben improvisation concert at York Spring Festival

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Federico Reuben was joined by Rachel Musson (sax) and Mark Sanders (drums) for an improvisation concert on the 5th of May during the York Spring Festival. This concert was part of a larger practice-based research project by Dr Reuben examining modularity, immediacy and exchange in laptop improvisation. The research outputs of this project will include the development of a laptop improvisation environment for SuperCollider, album releases, conference presentations workshops and performances.

You can enjoy the video of the performance here:

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    Ligeti Quartet Composers Workshop

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