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Henry Kaiser, guitar
Chris Muir, guitar & interactive electronics
David Wessel, interactive electronics
Saturday, May 8
1750 Arch Street, Berkeley
$10 general/ $5 students
Widely recognized as one of the most creative and innovative guitarists,
improvisers, and producers in the fields of rock, jazz and experimental
music, California-based musician Henry Kaiser is one of the most
extensively recorded as well, having appeared on more than 140 different
Chris Muir has been embroiled in computers and music for over twenty
years. He has been heavily involved in creating interactive music
environments for much of that time. An accomplished musician and composer,
he has been involved with many projects, in many genres. Current endeavors
include projects with "Yo Miles!", "Lunar Asylum" and "Zen Disaster".
David Wessel directs UC Berkeley's Center for New Music and Audio
Technologies (CNMAT). He has worked in the computer-based electroacoustic
music field since the late 60's. His primary focus continues to be
live-performance practice where improvisation plays a central role.
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