Ambicon 2013 To Celebrate 40 Years Of The Hearts Of Space Radio Show

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Organizers have announced Ambicon 2013 – an ambient music conference to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Hearts Of Space radio program.

Ambicon 2013 – being held May 3-5, 2013 in San Rafael, CA – is a weekend conference, hosted by Hearts of Space creator Stephen Hill. The event will be organized around 4 live surround-sound concerts, featuring 2 core Hearts of Space artists in each, for a total of 8 individual performances.

Performers include:

  • David Darling
  • Stephan Micus
  • Jeff Pearce
  • Robert Rich
  • Steve Roach
  • Michael Stearns
  • Stellamara
  • Tim Story

Morning sessions will feature interviews, panels, and Q&A.

The event begins with an opening reception Friday night May 3rd. On Saturday May 4th there will be discussion sessions in the morning and two 3-hour concerts on Saturday afternoon and evening with 2 artists each.  On Sunday May 5th, there will also be discussion sessions in the morning and two more 3 hour concerts with 2 artists each on Sunday afternoon and evening.

About Hearts Of Space

The Hearts of Space radio program was born in 1973 at KPFA-FM in Berkeley. It began national syndication 10 years later, in 1983.

The conference registration is $359, with a discount for early registrations.  Conference registration includes opening reception, all concerts and sessions, coffee break service, and lunch Saturday and Sunday.

Details are available at the event site.


3 thoughts on “Ambicon 2013 To Celebrate 40 Years Of The Hearts Of Space Radio Show

  1. I listened to a program called hearts of space when i was 12 on local radio programming. it was my first exposure to electronic music and has been with me ever since. …though i seem to remember it being called hearts of sbass???

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