I hope you find it interesting. I pointed the podcast at the opening of our first performance from Cuneo Italy on June 3, 2006. This was performance of my specification "Noosphere" and included 4 hubsters and 5 students from the Conservatory there.
They used both titles for our "BrückenMusick" gig
Our concert on a bridge in Cologne
"Tacoma Narrows Memorial Oscillation" or "Sink, Rhine, and Hooker"
I knew, given the choice, Jens Brand could not pass up my terrible pun.
Also, we will return to Centro d' Arte in Padua after not being there in over a decade.
We are a footnote at NIME in Paris mostly at IRCAM
Norbert Schnell and the gang at IRCAM are really putting on quite a shindig
Here is all the other stuff that is happening at NIME 2006
We are doing a three day workshop ending in a concert with the students at the Conservatory in Cuneo Italy ...
This about all I can find about Cuneo online. I guess they aren't too big on advertising on the web there.
Our host Stefano Bassanese has done a lot of interesting work:
And of course the "Direzione artistica" at Centro de Arte and my favorite musicologist of all time, Veniero Rizzardi should get a mention ;-)
What better way than to give a pointer to some of his writing. In this case about some early Morton Feldman piano works works preformed by Debora Petrina. This is a great record, by the way, very interesting and not what you might expect.
It was Veniero that pointed out that "Bitches Brew" is really a tape piece. This highlights the interesting relationship between Miles Davis producer Teo Macero and Edgar Varese, but that is very interesting story for another day.