Jam with visiting musician Tuna Pase
Composer / sound artist / improviser Tuna Pase is visiting us from Istanbul. Come jam with her at NYC Resistor this Saturday, January 19th, 5-8pm! It’s free, but please get the details and RSVP at eventbrite.
Tuna Pase is a music lover and creator of music based in Istanbul. Her musical journey began when she heard the “timbre of the flute” in the orchestra pit for the first time. Her areas of interest are electro-acoustic composition, improvisation, sound design, sound art, song writing and ethnomusicology. She plays electronics, flute, percussive objects and sings. Her music is inspired from sleeping, dreams, food, nature, poetry, photography, street art, bicycles, Istanbul, Jerusalem and Eastern hemisphere. She performs her electroacoustic compositions and songs in an improvised manner, where she “re-composes” them live using the elements that build those compositions. Her main point of performance and composition is based on improvisation which she sees her way of making music and collaborating with other musicians.
P.S. if you can help with the technical aspects of setting up the jam, if you have a mixer or 1/4″ audio cables you can loan, please contact ranjit at moonmilk.com.
learning and taking flute lessons nyc is one of my wish!