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This year we had two more filming sessions in the Bath Spa TV Studios. In January, Alex Mah and James Saunders performed Luke Nickel’s Transcribing, a piece Luke wrote for Parkinson Saunders to play at the Wellcome Collection in London, broadcast by BBC Radio 3. In July Anton Lukoszevieze and Amnon Wolman recorded two of Amnon’s pieces for cello and live electronics written for Anton.

The trailer version of Luke’s film is now on the video page, and Amnon’s pieces will be uploaded soon.

 

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Lab 35: Michael Maierhof – Specific Objects

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