SCHEDULE

Sept. 14-17, 2022

Borderless Flows: Improvisatory Interactions Across Asia, Africa and Beyond

Director of a SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) funded festival and conference on intercultural improvisation and composition featuring Pan Project Ensemble and Aga Khan Master Musicians

 

Sept. 14  

  • Inter-ensemble Collaborations: Pan Project & Aga Khan Master Musicians

  • Intercultural Improvisation Workshops Led by Hankus Netsky, Pan Project and AKMM


Sept. 15  

  • Inter-ensemble Collaborations: Pan Project & Aga Khan Master Musicians

  • Intercultural Improvisation Workshops Led by Hankus Netsky, Pan Project and AKMM
     

Sept. 16

  • Borderless Flows Conference Day 1: Intercultural Improvisation, Performer roundtable discussion on intercultural Improvisation, Silk Road and Indian Ocean Panels)
     

  • Concert: "...rivers flow to endless seas..." Pan Project & AKMM, Convocation Hall, U Alberta 
     *Premiere of "Water Rhythm"  for guqin, saenghwang, janggu & live electronics

Sept. 17  

  • Borderless Flows Conference Day 2 (East Asia and Beyond & Trans-saharan Panels)
    *paper given: "(Re)discovering East Asian Historical-Intercultural Connections Through Creation: Improvising on Chinese guqin using Korean gayageum and geomungo techniques"

     

  • Concert: "...mountains fall to endless plains..." Pan Project & AKMM, University of Alberta Botanic Garden, Aga Khan Garden, Diwan Pavilion

June 13-17, 2022

PAN Project Ensemble | Artist Residency, University of Alberta

  

October 2021

Album 'PAN Project' | released on the Neuma Record label.