Site Specific Improvisation

Recently I had the pleasure to spend a day improvising in an abandoned sanatorio in the mountains north of Madrid with the organization Raras Músicas. Here’s a photo from the space.

IMG_20140608_114622The sanatorio was abandoned 20 odd years ago and the space has an incredible resonance and incredible views.

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I find site specific improvisation very exciting and also very demanding. Trying to be in the moment and interacting with the musicians you’re playing with, also being in the moment and interacting with the sounds present in the space and interacting with its acoustic.

 

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