100 Days of Something: 7

Frankenstein’s Lab partnered up with Dansehallerne for a special lab on The Choreography of Sound this evening. A chance for composers and choreographers to meet and discuss the relation of sound and movement.

Special guest Gerhard Eckel (who happens to consider himself neither composer nor choreographer) presented a fascinating talk covering some of his work in this field. (I’m pleased I got to experience it since his work isn’t all that well documented online). I’ll write a more in depth post on the Frankenstein site covering some the gems of his presentation and those that followed. There was however one comment that particularly caught my attention: “Sharing prompts research”. That resonates with my experience of writing these posts – both this year and last.

100 Days of Something: 7 “Sharing prompts research” #The100DayProject rdgr.me/u/93svlz

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Rudiger Meyer is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.

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