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Image of the Week: Otomo’s Feedback

This weekend, the Center for Ethnomusicology at Columbia University is hosting a two-day interdisciplinary conference on sound, titled Listening In, Feeding Back. And on Friday, February 13, 2009, several participants gave a concert. Below is Tokyo-based musician Otomo Yoshihide in a solo performance:

Also performing that evening were Alvin Lucier and, as a trio, James Fei, Kato Hideki, and Nakamura Toshimaru. The above photo is reproduced courtesy of Peter Gannushkin / downtownmusic.net, an amazing resource of photo documentation of outward bound music in the New York City area.

See the full set of related photos at downtownmusic.net. More on the conference at ethnocenter.org.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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