SON[I]A

Tom Johnson talks about his compositional methods, and the influence that John Cage and Morton Feldman had upon it.

SON[I]A

James Pritchett talks about the work of John Cage, David Tudor and Morton Feldman and the difficulty of writing about their music.

EXTRA

Transcript of JOHN CAGE. Notes towards a re-reading of the “Roaratorio”, curated by José Manuel Berenguer and Carlos Gómez.

QUADERNS D'ÀUDIO

"Radio Music" connects three examples from the history of the potential of the radio receiver as musical instrument.

RESEARCH

A musical selection of Carles Santos' works from 1978 until 2008.

RESEARCH

A monographic on the work and historical context of Carles Santos, featuring an interview with Pere Portabella.

RESEARCH

A monographic on the work and historical context of Juan Hidalgo, featuring interviews with Esther Ferrer, Rubén Figaredo and Hénar Rivière.

SON[I]A

Bartomeu Marí talks about the MACBA activities for the 2009-2010 season.

SPECIALS

This programme documents the Fluxus movement, an international network of artists which emerged in New York in the early 1960s.

SON[I]A

Interview with Margaret Leng Tan, collaborator and performer of John Cage's music.

SON[I]A

Bartomeu Marí and Julia Robinson talk about the exhibition "The Anarchy of Silence. John Cage and Experimental Art"

SPECIALS

A reconstruction and analysis of the complex nature of John Cage's relationship with the radio.

CURATORIAL

An overview of sound collage during the sixties: from world music collages to the impact of John Cage and Marshall McLuhan on the Beatles.

SON[I]A

Interviews with Carmen Pardo, musicologist, editor, and translator of John Cage.

CURATORIAL

The first episode of this overview of appropriative collage in music covers the years 1908 through 1961.

SON[I]A

Interview with Yannick Dauby and conversation between Yannick Dauby and Francisco López.