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This weekend my piece Surveillance will be presented in the Sound Gallery of the Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music in Australia.

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El jueves 30 de julio, daré un concierto con varias piezas electroacústicas en la Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana en la Ciudad de México, dentro de la serie La Habitación del Ruido.

Auditorio Divino Narciso, Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana
Jueves, 30 de julio, 16:00
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Este viernes 17 en el CMMAS, obras para viola y obras electroacústicas de Iannis Xenakis, Carlos Iturralde, Juan Sebastián Lach y Sergio Luque.

Alexander Bruck, viola
Auditorio del CMMAS, Morelia, 20:00

http://cmmas.org/cmmas_eventos.php?lan=es&id=1112

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Este domingo, mi pieza "De nada sirve hacer planes" para orquesta de cuerdas será interpretada en la Ciudad de México por la Orquesta de Cámara de Bellas Artes, bajo la dirección de Rodrigo M. González.

También se interpretarán obras de: Kai-Young Chan, Orlando Jacinto García (Fernando Domínguez, solista), Sungji Hong y Ana Paola Santillán Alcocer.

XXXVII Foro Internacional de Música Nueva Manuel Enríquez
Domingo, 7 de junio, 12:00
Conservatorio Nacional de Música, Ciudad de México
Entrada Libre
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Este domingo 22 a las 12:00, voy a presentar mi pieza electroacústica "Interludio" en el Ateneo de Madrid, dentro del I Ciclo de Música Contemporánea Iberoamericana, junto con obras de Echevarría, Iges, Justel, Lleó, Núñez, Polonio, Vagionne y Zampronha.
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Next week in The Hague, from Monday to Friday, I will give a workshop at the Royal Conservatory on Stochastic Composition and Synthesis in SuperCollider.

And on Thursday, I will present a couple of electroacoustic pieces in a concert at Studio Loos.
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Trevor Wishart, Mesías Maiguashca, Eduardo Polonio, María Andueza, José Manuel Berenguer, Juan Carlos Blancas y Ramón del Castillo.

Conferencias, encuentros y conciertos: entrada gratuita hasta completar aforo.
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Spicy Brussels Sprouts, Green Beans and Yellow Lentil Stew with Tamarind!

A delicious recipe from Julie Sahni's Classic Indian Cooking.
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Great version of Iannis Xenakis's Rebonds B for solo percussion by Pedro Carneiro.

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Strandbeests (Dutch: strand=beach; beest=beast): huge wind-driven beach-striding artificial life PVC skeletons designed using genetic algorithms on an Atari computer.

From the New York Times: "[A]nd here came his second breakthrough of the night, a reversion to his [Richard] Dawkins ideal — what if [...] he were instead to program an algorithm whereby thousands of sets of ratios could randomly compete against one another, the best virtual performers advancing forward as the basis for a new generation, generation after generation, until the algorithm itself naturally brought forth the best solution? He tried it, and his Atari chugged away literally for months, but eventually he had the magic ratios, 13 specific numbers (a=38, b=41.5, c=39.3, d=40.1, e=55.8, and so forth) that were to form the proportional basis for all the walking beasts that followed."

Another video: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/07/magazine/the-strandbeests-arrive-at-art-basel.html
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