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IMA at The Knoll Stanford

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NOISE FOREVER: Sound artists Nava Dunkleman and Amma Ateria destroy traditional definitions of music while creating new ones.

NOISE FOREVER: Sound artists Nava Dunkleman and Amma Ateria destroy traditional definitions of music while creating new ones.

Stanford University’s boundary-pushing Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics is known for producing innovations and innovators. This week the school presents a pair of trailblazing sound artists, whose compositions must be heard to be fully understood. IMA is the project of percussionist Nava Dunkelman and electro-acoustic composer Amma Ateria. Together they will present prepared and improvised elements, including stark electronics, electro-acoustic percussion, found sounds and synthesizer, to weave a moody sonic quilt—blurring the lines between noise, harmony and poetry.

IMA
Tue, 7:30pm, Free
The Knoll, Stanford

 

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