Lou Bunk (b. 1972) is an American composer and improviser inspired by many forms of avant-garde artistic expression. His sonically rich and intricate music investigates sound and silence through extended instrumental techniques, microtones, amplified found objects, electronics, and generative approaches to texture and form.
Collide-O-Scope Music, I co-direct this NYC based new music ensemble.
Opensound, a concert series I produce in Somerville MA.
Form-and-timbre: The BSC and the Boston Improvising Community, A chapter I wrote for the book “Analytical and Cross-Cultural Studies in World Music”, Oxford University Press (2011) Avaialble on Amazon.
Being and Becoming, a lifelong composition exploring how subtle change can both lead to and be structural transformation.
Scratch-O-Lin, a homemade instrument of cardboard, Styrofoam and elastic bands.
Tower of Electro-Acoustic Flim-Flammery, A vertical improvising instrument of sound making trash and bric-a-brac.
Grizzler, a gigantic improvising ensemble, directed by Dave Gross.
Flunk, an improvising duo with Flandrew Fleisenberg.
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|Perfomances in 2013/14|
Sept. 5 "Study for Bowed Cardboard", "Cut" and "Styrofoam-o-fone", Unruly Music, Milwaukee, WI
Nov. 9 Grizzler, BOSTON HASSLE FEST 5, Cambridge, MA
Dec. 6 Styrofoam-o-fone, Gallery 119. Lowell, MA
and more TBA
|updated Oct 12, 2013|