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Monday, February 5, 2018

Watch a Video and Read an Interview About Paul Dresher Ensemble's Wondrous Sound Maze. Then Go Play It Yourself.

Posted By on Mon, Feb 5, 2018 at 8:37 AM

On Friday, at the grand opening of UNC's new venue, Current ArtSpace & Studio, we grabbed an impromptu interview with Bay Area composer and instrument inventor Paul Dresher, whose Sound Maze inaugurates the space through Tuesday. Read the chat and watch the video below; then go play with it yourself. It's a lot of fun to do something you've never done before in a space where you've never been. INDY: What was your path to creating instruments like this? PAUL DRESHER: I started making instruments in high school. I wanted a twelve-string guitar really badly. For Christmas, my parents got...

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