Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?
Jasmin Wing-Lin Leung talks through her connection with the Erhu; her compositional practice of working with room resonance; and what to expect from her upcoming performance for Liquid Architecture’s Ritual Community Music series.
Jasmin Wing-Yin Leung works with the Erhu within composition, improvisation and installation settings. She is interested in the sonic possibilities of resonance, intonation, hauntings and the environment.
Ritual Community Music
27 November 2022
Presented by Liquid Architecture
Photo: Caleb College.
Produced by Mara Schwerdtfeger.
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