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2010 Festival

The Improvisor 30th Anniversary


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This show is part of a worldwide festival celebrating the 30th anniversary of "the improvisor" journal of free improvisation. ///////////////////////////////////////////// DISCLAIMER: The Improvisor and the Phone Improv Show do NOT endorse any advertisers on this page or on our archived shows. The Improvisor does not participate in blogtalkradio's revenue sharing program and does not receive money from these advertisements. All profits from the advertising belong to blogtalkradio in exchange for providing this free streaming service.

On-Demand Episodes

Improv Roulette, live from the Improvisor Festival in Birmingham, Alabama. Featuring Si Reasoning, Deborah Mauldin, Ashley Andrew, Jennifer Caputo, Celeste LaBorde, Rhea Speights, Stella Nystrom, Juliet Eastlick, LaDonna... more

Live free improvisation direct from Alabama. Rich Curtis performs vocal sound poetics, ambient noisescapes, recitations and improvisations. He will be accompanied by his students and friends. (Note: There is a 45 second silence... more

Maria Mykolenko, structured improvisation solo for piano and violin. (Yes, a solo player playing two instruments at the same time!) Live from New York City.

Robyn Siwula, live solo improvisation from New York City

Humbucket: Live solo electronics improvisation from Los Angeles.

Children's Improv Orchestra, live from Pepper Place in Birmingham, Alabama. Conducted by SI Reasoning. (Note: We had a subtle technical problem at the very beginning of the show -- the sound recording improves after about the first four... more

Jill Burton & “The Sisters”: vocal workshop. Live from the 2010 Improvisor Festival at Pepper Place in Birmingham, Alabama.

Piano Ann, live from Seattle (solo improvisation). (There is a one minute pause at about 4 minutes where we temporarily lost our phone connection. We were able to quickly reconnect. Of course, that's improv!)

Licia Sky, live solo improvisation from Massachusetts

Live music and sound improvisations. Features eight anonymous callers. (Though we did figure out who a few of them were.)