Using pressure sensitive keys and accelerometers to alter the acoustic instrumental sound the extended shakuhachi takes the traditional gestural and sonic vocabulary of the Japanese Zen instrument the shakuhachi and moves it, through the use of real-time digital sound processing, into unprecedented spaces.
Monday 24th April 2006, 1.10pm: Studio 3, Dartington College of Arts, Devon
Plymouth New Music Festival
Sunday 25th February 2007, 5pm: Room 105, Scott Building, University of Plymouth
Saturday 28th February 2009, 9.30pm: Southside Café, University of Plymouth
Saturday 13th March 2010: The Foundry, Great Eastern Street, London