Playing Apart Together

Improvising freely in lockdown days

[ Text originally written for and published as part of ‘Infinite Lines’ on Xenia Gottenkieny’s Plus-X-Creative-website, January 22, 2022 ]

Free musical improvisation has many guises. It is also one of the areas in the performing arts where the sanitary measures that were and are being imposed to prevent the ongoing spread of coronavirus…

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is Harold Schellinx, a writer, artist, scientist living & working in Paris, Amsterdam & elsewhere (harsmedia.com).

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