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Nobody's Fools Concert, 1 April 2017 @ 6 PM
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2017 8:21 pm    Post subject: Nobody's Fools Concert, 1 April 2017 @ 6 PM
Subject description: Kutztown University of PA Planetarium
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Calendar Event: April 1, 2017

Processed acoustic and acoustic-derived electronic music in the planetarium, with visuals! Featured guest Ken Gehret is a musical GENIUS.

1 April 2017 @ 6 - 8:30 PM, free & open to public.

Map is attached, Planetarium is 11 (Grim Bldg.) on the map.

EDIT 9 February 2017: Updated flyer for the event.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 1:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Nice graphic Dale. Looks like a great line up of musicians. Cool April fools day also Wink Hmmm, your not playing a cruel joke on us are you? hahaha. Laughing

Bill
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 5:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Hi Bill. Nope, no April Fool joke. Very Happy

Not your classic electro-music style event. Chelsea Smarr played harp+fx at the June 2015 conference/workshop, Andy you know (although I am not sure what he is doing -- something acoustic or acoustic-derived), Laura plays bagpipes and will demo and talk about full highland pipes, but will be playing a bagpipe synth Cool -- and Miles, Dan & I are playing a straight-up acoustic set with them on guitar and me on banjo and taking turns singing. Ken Gehret was my banjo teacher in 1971-72 and taught my daughter and me fiddle in 1993-94, and is not only a multi-instrumentalist, but a multi-genre-player. I have heard him play Thelonius Monk on a dobro! He can jump in on anything, and will likely do that on many of our sets, in addition to playing his 60-minute set on various instruments. I'll do visuals on all but the DeCoster-Parson-Talley set. Phill Reed plans to do night-sky visuals for that.

One of the goals in writing a grant to pay Ken was to pull in more of the local area residents. Fiddle, banjo, and guitar picking is popular around here. Some of the performances will include electronics. I plan to play my electronic banjo+software in a final number with Ken. It should be somewhat musical-consciousness-raising for all involved.

Construction work on the building in summer 2017, so no chance for a repeat of the summer 2015 workshop yet. If I get a spring 2019 sabbatical that I have applied for, I'll likely target summer 2019 for something like that. I do hope to have an in-semester evening event in about a year, that would include a networked ZIM jam via Ninjam or similar, with electro-music participants. Shocked

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2017 7:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Acoustic Interloper wrote:
One of the goals in writing a grant to pay Ken was to pull in more of the local area residents. Fiddle, banjo, and guitar picking is popular around here. Some of the performances will include electronics. I plan to play my electronic banjo+software in a final number with Ken. It should be somewhat musical-consciousness-raising for all involved.

I remember Kutztown from the early '80s. I wish I had done my "Music, Meaning, & Human Communication" survey with my students back then as it would be interesting to re-do among the current population to see if the results would be any different. I did the original at the Uo'Wa in the late 70s, and then at IoWA (ISU), probably 3-4 years before I was at Kutztown. I have often wondered if there have been changes over time, and it would have been handy to have results from similar demographics (KzTown) spread apart by 30+ years.

I suppose if there had been time it might have been interesting to use a similar methodology as a before and after snapshot with the "Nobody's Fool" event. In any case the "Nobody's Fool" event sounds cool!!!!

Steve

PS: Hi, Bill!!!!
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