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WHERE IS MR. R?

MERCOLEDì 27 SETT.
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Where is Mr. R?! IT likes to introduce itself as a laboratory experimenting a common language based on the superposition of real-time sonic objects.
The structures resulting from this work emerge as non-linear blocks: horizontal narratives are ignored at the expense of an already present mental and musical framework filled by sonic interventions. The points, lines and surfaces thrown in this framework repeat and collide in a brownian motion, a sonic “dripping” and “pouring” always struggling to find an end.
Basile Naudet saxophone alto
Luca ventimiglia vibraphone
Augustin Bette batterie

Opening h 19.30
Performance at 20.45

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