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Cor Fuhler : Experimental Sound Performance

An evening of experimental sound and music


Improviser, composer, songwriter, instrument builder, acoustic ecologist or recording engineer – it is all part of a process: to put an idea into sound. The tool one needs could be a bassoon, a soldering iron, a computer program, a screwdriver, a microphone, a pencil and paper, a rehearsal, or even a good long walk. All are equally valuable methods of achieving beautiful, interesting, humorous, questioning and any other kind of sound world that expresses something meaningful and worthwhile.

Having travelled the globe on numerous tours with his ensembles, composer, improvising musician and scholar Cor Fuhlers work encompasses a wide range of disciplines crossing installation, dance, puppetry and comic strip. A conservatorium trained musician and keen inventor, he is also renowned for his pioneering extended piano techniques and his invention the keyolin (a hybrid violin and piano). For his PhD in composition at the University of Sydney he wrote an extensive thesis on aleatoric modular composition techniques and on the motivation behind altering a piano.

Following the workshop earlier in the day (click HERE to find out more about the workshop) there will be a public performance to showcase the outcomes of the workshop, by workshop participants followed by a solo performance by Cor Fuhler.


Tuesday 28 March 2017, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

The Founders Room

$10 online OR $12 at the door (cash sales only)
Tickets available ONLINE

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Cor Fuhler : Experimental Sound Performance

77 Salamanca Place, Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia

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