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Selectors' Presents: Sean Hamilton, John Teske with Joda Clément, Chris SW Anderson

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Please join us for a night of experimental and improvised music with Sean Hamilton, John Teske with Joda Clément, and Chris SW Anderson.

Sean Hamilton is a Tampa-based percussionist, composer, and improviser whose interests primarily lie in the conjunctions of new music, electroacoustic music, free improvisation, experimental music, and interdisciplinary projects. He will be performing improvised compositions for solo drum set and Pure Data.

John Teske is a Seattle-based composer of concert music for soloists, chamber groups, and chamber orchestra. He focuses on enhancing the listener experience, utilizing extended techniques and guided improvisation. He'll be presenting a performance of his work "vectorscores".

Raised in Toronto and based in Vancouver, Joda Clément has been performing and composing experimental music for over 15 years. His work utilizes analog and acoustic instruments, field recordings and feedback to carefully construct listening environments that transcend a distinction between sound, site, and source.

Chris SW Anderson is a Vancouver-based composer and musican. His interests include exploring new approaches to interactive musical performance, and the use of generative systems within composition. Much of his recent work has involved the use of audio/visual technology for performance and installation interaction.

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