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“Your bass sounds like a typewriter”: A Reading and Interview with George Elliott Clarke

“Your bass sounds like a typewriter”: A Reading and Interview with George Elliott Clarke

Accompanied by bassist, David Lee.

FREE and Open to the Public
Friday, April 27th, 2012 (4-6pm)
TransCanada Institute (9 University Avenue East
)
University of Guelph

ICASP (Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice) and TCI (TransCanada Institute) present Canadian poet, George Elliott Clarke reading from his latest collection of poetry, Red. Following the reading there will be an interview with the poet conducted by PhD Student and ICASP researcher Paul Watkins and TCI Postdoctoral Fellow Katherine McLeod.

A reception with snacks and drinks will follow with a meet-and-greet with the author.

Get signed a signed copy of Red directly from the author for only $20!

So one of the things that improvisation has come to mean in the context of highly technological performance is that improvisation is the last claim to the legitimate presence of a human in the performance of music.

– Bob Ostertag