Pauline Oliveros | The Attic

“Pauline Oliveros

Published November 16, 2020

This episode of our Composers Corner podcast is a journey through the ever-fascinating music universe of Pauline Oliveros, an American composer, accordionist and a central figure in the development of experimental and post-war electronic art music.

Pauline Oliveros’ life as a composer, performer and humanitarian was about opening her own and others’ sensibilities to the universe and facets of sounds. Her career spanned fifty years of boundary dissolving music making. In the 1960’s she influenced American music profoundly through her work with improvisation, meditation, electronic music, myth and ritual. She was born in Houston, Texas in 1932, and died in 2016 in Kingston, New York. … ”

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