Interdisciplinary music performance at The Commons

On Wednesday, October 30, at 6 p.m., KU-AUMI InterArts will bring together volunteer performers for an interactive, multimedia, mixed-ability experience incorporating sound, movement, visual & electronic media. The performance will feature a new technology called the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI), which is designed to allow people with limited mobility to independently engage in music-making. The KU-AUMI research team includes Kip Haaheim (music), Michelle Heffner Hayes (dance), Nicole Hodges Persley (theatre), and Sherry Tucker (American studies).

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