Freeman Edwards – Walden Reimagined

Wednesday 4 May 2022, 12-2pm [online via Minerva]

Freeman Edwards is a composer whose central focus is creating pieces as electric guitar recordings, which are freely distributed and intended for private playback. These works tend to be concise, and explore continuous pitch space using special tools and extended techniques.

Freeman will talk about his process, silence, intuition, microtonality, and some of his influences and interests in music and life.

For more information about Freeman, please see his website

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