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Gigs at the Gallery: Jason Lescalleet

Musical Performance

  • Past event
  • Philip Carter Family Auditorium
  • $15 per person online / $20 on the door
Jason Lescalleet

Jason Lescalleet

 Jason Lescalleet

 Jason Lescalleet

A special one-off performance by American sonic artist Jason Lescalleet, presented by ALTMUSIC as part of the Deep Days, Listening Nights Tour.

Jason Lescalleet is a celebrated experimental electronic music artist whose influence on the contemporary avant-garde cannot be overstated. His work is distinctive, drawing from a wide variety of sonic sources, and often takes formal cues from modern musique concrete, for example in his utilisation of reel-to-reel tape machines in both live and studio settings.

His discography is striking, both for its scale and collaborative quality.

For his Christchurch show Jason will be joined by some of the city's most renowned sonic artists.

https://lescalleet.wordpress.com/
http://www.audiofoundation.org.nz/altmusic

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