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Highlights of Tectonics 2014

l Pioneering American composer Christian Wolff (who has a long history of working with Merce Cunningham's dance company) in residence

l Pioneering American composer Christian Wolff (who has a long history of working with Merce Cunningham's dance company) in residence

l Thurston Moore, frontman with seminal band Sonic Youth, collaborates with Japanese composer/violinist Takehisa Kosugi

l Orchestral premieres by Georg Friedrich Haas, Klaus Lang, David Behrman and Michael Finnissy

l New vocal music performed by British ensemble EXAUDI

l Performance on Sarah Kenchington's installation of instruments made from discarded materials - bicycle spokes, typewriters, inner tubes, odd bits of plumbing - with composer and musician Daniel Padden

l Icelandic composers' collective S.L.Á.T.U.R do musical DIY, Reykjavik-style: animated notation, homemade instruments and hands-on performance art

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