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Monday, 26 March 2018 10:31

How to upload your own content

How to upload your own content to the network website

Refer to the YouTube video playlist.

Any questions, contact the site

Criteria

  • The site is for what is known as `free improvisation in performance` primarily music but it is for all platforms
  • This is not an absolute value. for example, the content on the following topics may appear; jazz, graphics score, conductions etc.   A policy will be constructed over time, not generally a good idea, but that is the situation for the moment

Why bother when we all have facebook?

  • This topic will be covered at a later date
  • Be aware there has been a tenfold increase in traffic to the network site during the last year, this is expected to continue.

P Morton

 

Published in Main menu pages
Monday, 02 April 2018 06:18

Site registration process

Improvisers' Networks site, how to register

Monday, 23 April 2018 17:34

From a whisper to a response

 

2008 -  featuring Phil Morton, Maggie Nicols, Steve Lewis, Anne Marie Howard, Julie Borkwood, Nicky Graves, Penelopy Xerri, Sarah Hymas and Xavier Bosch.

April 5th 2008 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm Picton Reading Room, Liverpool Central Library.

The venue is a whispering gallery, as can be heard.
Try listening with headphones.
The ticking of the clock, some 10 metres away from the microphone is present throughout.

This clip is a bit long, but there are some standout moments of beauty in hear, the performance follows its title, or am I just being nostalgic?

source file - Whisper Picton Minidisk Tr06

 

 

Sunday, 15 April 2018 11:44

Preston Jazz and Improvisation Festival

Friday June 8th, The Continental, Preston, Doors 7.30, £3.00

Published in North West England
Sunday, 15 April 2018 11:49

Murmurists 'Poor vs Poor'

Saturday, June 9th 2018 5 pm Free Entry
St Peter's Arts Centre, Preston PR1 7BX

 

Murmurists will premiere Anthony Donovan's 'Poor vs Poor'; a one-hour continuous piece involving everything from spoken word, contemporary dance, Free Jazz and Black Metal, to comedy, film and theatrics - as much akin to the spite of Spitting Image as to that of Pinter, Laing and Artaud, as much about the aesthetics of protest as about the ideas of Xenakis, Cage and Brecht.

 

All being well, this will happen .... Art now, for Murmurists, has to be lethally expressive of, and get down into, narrative - and, moreover, this narrative: the survival narrative. It has to soil itself to bits in and for the struggle. It has to attempt to join the solution, by climbing off its sticky white walls, away from mainstream value and its exotic esoterica and its language of willful obfuscation, money-maths and nihilism. It has to get transmitted. Adorno was right; dead right. But he's dead anyway. Stone dead. Pig ignorant dead. Porno Adorno dead. Pushing up the daisies dead. Art after Adorno dead. There's nothing he can do about it; not at fiery Fahrenheit 452. Richard Dawkins is dead, too; Dawkins dead; Dawkins death-ray dead, with a split-lip and black eyes, and headphones over cauliflower-ears, with GITMO Death Metal spewing out, over and over, every day another barricade. Art has to be relentless in ways it doesn't like. It has to be its own hostage to fortune.

 

Come join the 100. 

Support will come from a series of small group improv sets by members of Murmurists.  

Full 100-strong line-up will be revealed end of March 2018

 



Published in North West England