listening club
season 2 | episode 9

sound mass and the sonic sciences
curator: alba fernanda triana

FB r.s.v.p.

7:30 PM | door open
8PM | presentation + webcast

alba triana will present music by composers fascinated with the so called “complex sound”, highly influenced by new research on the psychology of perception and acoustics

this collection of recorded examples is usually related to what is known as “spectral music”

read more about alba triana

live webcast will begin at 8PM

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

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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 doorAUDIOTHEQUE 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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