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Show 803: CROWN (Radio Papesse + USMARADIO)

It has been many months now that we’ve all been asking ourselves : how’s life in the time of viruses? The answers have been constantly changing and probably still will. During the long months of lockdown in Italy, Radio Papesse … Continue reading

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Show 800: KIN (Usmaradio)

I wish our activities were more social, and social in an anarchic way. – John Cage KIN by Usmaradio and Roberto Paci Dalò is a radiophonic city scale performative project that began the week before the performing arts Santarcangelo Festival … Continue reading

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Show 774: Kevlar by Francesco Giomi (Usmaradio)

Francesco Giomi | Kevlar Musical Improvisation for one live performer (2019) Kevlar is an aramidic heat-resistant and strong synthetic fiber. Developed by Stephanie Kwolek at DuPont in 1965, this high-strength material was used first commercially in the early 1970s as a replacement for steel in racing … Continue reading

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Show 747: Secondo John Cage (Usmaradio)

USMARADIO & The School of Radio presentSecondo John Cage | workshop & live performance Theory – field recording – manipulation – live electronics – conduction – broadcasting USMARADIO is a workplace of The School of Radio to develop an innovative … Continue reading

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Show 720: Space is the Place [Usmaradio]

Roberto Paci Dalò Space is the Place Radiowork for radio telescope sounds and modular synth Year: 2019Duration: 29:30Produced by Roberto Paci DalòProduction: Usmaradio, Giardini PensiliCreated for Radia Thanks toINAF – Istituto di RadioastronomiaMedicina Radio Astronomical Station Space is the Place … Continue reading

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Show 693: Cagetown – Fragments (Usmaradio)

Within The School of Radio, has been presented on 10 March 2018 Cagetown a concert that celebrated the 40 years of John Cage’s Train. Numerous artists took turns on the stage also confronting with unpublished images shot on the train … Continue reading

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