Michael Snow: Reverberlin + Sound Works

Posted by | Conversations at the Edge | Posted on | February 9, 2007

Friday, February 9, 2007, 6pm

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Michael Snow in person!

Renowned for his innovative and revolutionary work in film, Michael Snow is also an accomplished musician and sound artist. He began playing jazz piano in the late 1940s and has worked with free improvisation-piano, voice, radio, microphones, andrecordings-since the 1960s. Tonight, Snow will present his latest digital video Reverberlin (2006) featuring sound by his pioneering New Music trio, CCMC (PaulDutton, John Oswald, Michael Snow) along with a survey of his sound recordings, compositions, sculptures, and installations. 1950-2006, Michael Snow, Canada, ca. 100 min, various formats.

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