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First International Kyma Symposium in Barcelona
Workshop: 08-10 Oct 2009 -- 11:00 - 22:00
Presented by: Station 55, Symbolic Sound
Limited: 80 euros (includes workshops, concerts and 2 lunches)
Niu Espai Artistic Contemporani
Barcelona -- Spain
http://www.niubcn.com/workshops/workshop_kyma.htm

The First International Kyma Symposium is scheduled for 8-10 October 2009 in the vibrant Poble Nou neighborhood of Barcelona during the annual LEM festival. The preliminary program includes master classes presented by the creators of Kyma, papers and demos presented by Kyma practitioners, and a program of concerts, live improvised silent film scores, and culminating with Saturday night/Sunday morning dancing at the Moog to Cristian Vogel's live Kyma set. You are invited to learn, to share, to meet, and to enjoy!

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Discussion (Eyewitness reports, descriptions, discussion):

Thanks to all who participated in the First Kyma International Sound Symposium in Barcelona presented by Station 55 and Symbolic Sound at Niu Espai Artistic Contemporani. Master classes, paper presentations, and concerts were augmented by lively discussions and friendly exchanges over meals and culminating with a night of dancing at the Moog to Cristian Vogel's Never Engine on the Pacarana. USO Project (Matteo Milani & Federico Placidi) posted a synopsis (with photos and tweets tagged with #KISS09) on the USO Project blog. Video of selected sessions is forthcoming!


 
 
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