Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Fri, Sep 15 2017 7:30 PM

1750 Arch Street Berkeley
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A human improviser, Ken Ueno, meets a machine improviser in live performance. After encountering this strange double of human musical interaction in live performance, the human improviser is invited to discuss their experience of engaging with a musician made from computing machinery. How did the machine compare to a human player? In what ways did it satisfy human expectations? In what ways did it fail? In what ways did it succeed? And in what ways does its playing resemble, for better or worse, how human improvisers get along with one another?

Opening set by the great Chicago cellist, Fred Lonberg-Holm.

Cost: $10 general, $5 UCB students, faculty, staff