Dear all,

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This April will see musicians, artists and coders come to London for a festival of what can be done with the SuperCollider audio programming environment.

Tickets are available from £70 <> for a whole week of sonic inspiration featuring:

    - LIVE ALGORITHMS CONCERT - three specially-commissioned musicians
        will be improvising live on stage, collaborating with
        responsive musical algorithms for the first time.

- LIVECODE EVENING - codefaced people hacking music in front of your eyes:

    - ELECTROACOUSTIC CONCERT of new multi-channel works
for electronics and featuring musicians from the Plusminus Ensemble:

    - CLUB NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA, rounding off the festival in style
        with a panoply of audiovisual acts,
        and headlined by A SPECIAL GUEST TO BE ANNOUNCED...

 Sonic art exhibition held in the Mile End Park,
 with works both indoors in the Art Pavilion and outdoors in the park:

 For new and intermediate users to learn audio hackery and
interactivity with SuperCollider:

 Three days of talks from an international range of musicians,
artists, researchers and coders:

 * Tickets for the whole week are available from £70 *
    (Early-bird tickets until the end of February
              - so get them quickly)

Please forward to your networks!
All details are on the website, and you can also follow @scsymposium

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