acknowledgments: Human-Machine Improvisations (Cork, 2010)

Franziska Schroeder and io 0.0.1 beta++, Ó Riada Hall, 05-25-2010

Franziska Schroeder and io 0.0.1 beta++ (Ó Riada Hall, Cork, May 25, 2010)

Formal acknowledgments below, but my personal thanks to Clair and Riccardo for hosting this event, to Kevin for the behind-the-scenes help, to John Hough for answering requests for technical assistance, and to Stephanie for her visual skills. Special kudos to Melanie for supporting me through the highs and lows of prepping and running this venture, and to John Godfrey for being a partner in this enterprise.

And of course a big, big thanks to Bruce and Franziska for their skill, craft, intelligence and musicality. It wouldn’t have worked without them! If I take one thing from this event, it will be the pleasure of sitting comping, listening to two saxophonists demonstrating what it really means to interact in real-time.

Finally, I’d like to thank everyone who took time to come witness the results of the investigations into the nature of improvisation, music, technology and sociality.

Formal acknowledgments

We would like to thank Clair McSweeney, Riccardo Vallebella, Paul Everett, Mel Mercier, John Hough, Francis Heery, Kevin Terry, Stephanie Hough and Melanie L Marshall.

Presented with funding from the Music Network Performance and Touring Award and support from the Arts Council of Ireland, Blackrock Castle Observatory, the Castle Bar and Trattoria and the UCC School of Music.

io 0.0.1 beta++ was constructed with funding from the Arts Council of Ireland, and with input and feedback from Bruce Coates, Franziska Schroeder, Phil Burk, Sara Roberts and Murray Campbell.

iWife is a result of funding from the Arts Council of Ireland.

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