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Big data music series 1: Space Junk composed by Kate Moore

Watch my interview with Amsterdam based composer Kate Moore on her piece Space Junk. In this piece Kate translates data set on movements satelites in space into 33 minutes 30 seconds composition for large ensemble, electronics, and 4 androgynous singers.

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Kate Moore creates sounds for acoustic and electroacoustic media and writes instrumental music, concert music, sound installations and more. She is an internationally acclaimed composer. Her works are performed by Asko|Schönberg, Bang on a Can, Icebreker, Slagwerk Den Haag, Ensemble Offspring, the Australian String Quartet, The Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and Groot Omroepkoor, among others.




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