Renowned experimental improviser Keith Rowe will be giving a demonstration and workshop, open to all. Bring things to improvise with!
There will also be a Q&A/Lecture in the same room, Bibbins 223, at 8 PM.
These events will follow the concert on Tuesday, Nov. 12, in Fairchild Chapel at 8 PM.
Keith Rowe is one of the most important improvisatory musicians of the last 40 years. He was a founder in 1965 of the maverick British free improvisation group AMM, playing with them until 2004. He developed a unique approach of laying a guitar flat on a table, preparing and playing it with a variety of tool, objects, and forms of amplification. Rowe has become one of the most respected experimental improvisers of his generation, having collaborated with Evan Parker, Christian Wolff, Toshimaru Nakamura, Jason Lescalleet, Taku Sugimoto, and Cardew, among others.
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