In recent decades, free improvisation has developed into an autonomous form of musical practice, devoid of all the taboos that still prevailed in the days of free jazz or the early improvisational experiments of new music.
It is a music that communicates directly with its audience - and takes some risks in the process. An exciting experience, in which the listeners can discover new, breathtaking (sound) landscapes of the present!
At the Lundi gras, students of Andrea Neumann's class "Free Improvisation" improvise in changing line-ups.
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