MUSICA PRACTICA / ELETTRONICA VIVA 2022

sound•conversation•performance•action•practice•music•voltage•audio
All events are free & open to the public unless otherwise noted
Annea Lockwood
Working with Rivers

Since 1970 Lockwood has recorded rivers in many countries, not to document them, but rather for the special state of mind and body which the sounds of moving water create when one listens intently to the complex mesh of rhythms and pitches. Each stretch of a river has its own sonic texture, formed by the terrain, varying according to the weather, the season and, downstream, the human environment whose sounds are intimately woven into the river’s sounds.

5:15PM
Tuesday, 22 March 2022
Lerner Center 101
201 South 34th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
University of Pennsylvania Department of Music 

Liz Phillips
Where Vibration and Sound Meet

Liz Phillips, a pioneer of sound art, will engage the audience in her exploration of the environment through sound. She uses sensors, potential energy, analog and hybrid synthesis and processing. Phillips will discuss open systems, sound structures and how interactive sound installations exist in the art and music and acoustic ecology world.

4:30PM
Wednesday, 23 March 2022
Lerner Center 101
201 South 34th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
University of Pennsylvania Department of Music 

The above was made possible with the collaboration & support of:
University of Pennsylvania Department of Music
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