[NetBehaviour] Call for female net music performers
Helen Varley Jamieson
helen at creative-catalyst.com
Tue Sep 1 18:36:49 CEST 2020
i passed this on to the eclectic tech carnival list, as there are quite
a few musicians on that list.
hope you're well,
h : )
On 31.08.20 12:35, Roger Mills via NetBehaviour wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> Ethernet Orchestra are looking for female collaborators based in
> Europe in the areas of processed voice, violin, cello or drums for
> whom improvisation is a major part of your practice.
> We are a network music ensemble of geographical displaced musicians
> from Australia, Brazil, Mongolia, Malaysia, Iran, Turkey, Germany, UK,
> and Canada. Our focus is on creating experimental intercultural
> improvisatory music making for live performance and album projects.
> Our second album was published on the Chilean net label Pueblo Nuevo
> in March 2020.
> For more information on other album releases, a/v clips and research,
> visit our website https://ethernetorchestra.net/
> This is a call for anyone interested in collaborating on a regular
> basis - fortnightly at the moment. We get together online and record
> our sessions for future album project releases. Of particular interest
> is a vocalist who uses electronic processing of voice in new ways.
> We occasionally get to work on funded performance projects but mostly
> we do it because we enjoy it, and seek similar minded collaborators.
> You will need a small home studio set up with access to a modem via
> ethernet socket. We will help you set up your node with the necessary
> port forwarding and low latency software requirements.
> If this opportunity is of interest, please get in touch.
> Roger Mills
> eartrumpet.org <http://eartrumpet.org>
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helen varley jamieson
helen at creative-catalyst.com <mailto:helen at creative-catalyst.com>
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