educational service / workshop

dialogues in music by steve gunn and david moore

circuito avançado

24 Feb



5 eur

sala de formações


American musician Steve Gunn came to prominence as Kurt Vile’s guitarist. As a solo artist, he has released six albums praised for the way he deconstructs the folk and Americana sound. He has collaborated with many notable artists, including Black Twig Pickers, Ryley Walker, Mike Gangloff and Mary Lattimore.
David Moore is the leader of the minimal and ambient music group Bing & Ruth. The pianist and composer made a name for himself with the 2014 album Tomorrow Was The Golden Age, which is mentioned as one of the best works in the ambient genre of all time.
Together they created Let the Moon Be a Planet, the result of a collaborative process of improvisation and deep listening. In this masterclass dedicated to musicians, Steve Gunn and David Moore will explain their process of dialogue through instruments, which they call “musical conversation”.

guest artists steve gunn and david moore
duration 2h
note: participants must bring their own instrument
masterclass in english
target audience music students, professional musicians or amateurs

Circuito is Braga Media Arts’ Educational Service and it makes multiple connections between creation, Media Arts and the community. Here, new technologies are the driving force behind the production, knowledge and enjoyment of art. And the activities are designed for schools, families, children, teachers, seniors, communities, professionals, amateurs, artists and anyone else who wants to join in.
This Circuit is open to everyone. Find out more about it here.

mini circuit – activities and shows for children, accompanied by family members
school circuit – activities for the school community
advanced circuit – activities and training for young, adult and beginner audiences
circuit for everyone – activities and shows for all audiences
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support portuguese republic – culture / directorate-general for the arts. rtcp – network of portuguese theatres and cinemas

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