LISTENING CLUB | GUY SEGERS

guy segers-audiotheque

listening club
season 2 | episode 5

the twisted music i listen to

SUN DEC 21, 2014 | curator: guy segers
moderated by aislinn quinn

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member of univers zero and icon of belgium’s progressive rock era, guy segers joins us live, over Skype, to share musical examples that he claims helped shape his musical sensibilities as a bassist and rock musician his presentation will be moderated in miami based progressive rock star, aislinn quinn of the band absolute zero

refreshments | 4PM
program and live webcast | beginning at 4:30PM

if you don’t live in miami or are unable to come to audiotheque for these events, you can listen to them live on spectacular sound’s online radio channel hosted by steve malagodi: www.spectacularsystem.com

this listening club episode will be followed by an
AUDIOTHEQUE HOLIDAY 2014 PARTY

although Guy will be sharing examples of music by others who had an influence on him, you can listen to his own music through the following link: http://www.reverbnation.com/guysegers

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free and open to the public, the Listening Club is a club for listening
donations are suggested, calm and collected at the door
audiotheque is an acoustically intimate space
ideal for experiencing live electro-acoustic
and experimental music in a multichannel context
located at artcenter/south florida, 924 lincoln road.
it is also a sound art studio for developing
listening gallery collaborations and isaw residencies

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SFCA [isaw+subtropics.org] is the leading proponent of
experimental music and sound art in the southeast
our 2014-15 season of events is possible with funding from
City of Miami Beach
celebrating it’s centennial through project supported by its
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Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs
and the Cultural Affairs Council,
the Miami-Dade County Mayor and
Board of County Commissioners
State of Florida
Department of State,
Division of Cultural Affairs and
the Florida Council on Arts and Culture
and the Blank Family Foundation
this season is supported in part by
Presenter Consortium for Jazz
a program of Chamber Music America
funded through the generosity of the
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
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