Free ‘ContinuuConcert’ Saturday, June 10 In Asheville, NC

Organizers of ContinuuCon 2017 shared this video preview for the ContinuuConcert, a free concert featuring solo and ensemble playing on the Haken Continuum Fingerboard.

ContinuuCon, scheduled for June 8-10 in Asheville, NC, is an international event that focuses on the Continuum Fingerboard, a unique and expressive electronic instrument.

The ContinuuConcert will be held at 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 10 in Lipinksy Hall at University of North Carolina – Asheville. No tickets are required and everyone is welcome.

Featured artists will include Grammy-winning special guest Roy “Futureman” Wooten; Rob Schwimmer, Ed Eagan, Sally Sparks, Benedikt Slotte, and UNC Asheville Paddison Distinguished Professor of Music Wayne Kirby.

The concert is the culminating event of ContinuuCon 2017.  The conference will feature Continuum designer Lippold Haken, lecturer in computer music synthesis in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Illinois University, and Canadian composer Edmund Eagan, who teamed with Haken to develop the Continuum’s internal sound engine.

Details are available at the event site.


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