Accidental Music Festival features experimental duo Null-state in their seventh season

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Accidental Music Festival has confirmed that electronic-experimental Null-state will be kicking off the seventh season of avant-garde programming under the AMG banner. Null-state - the duo of Melody Chua and Benjamin Whiting - combine live performance and real-time computer coding for fascinating multimedia live work.

Null-state kicks off AMF's seventh season with a weeklong residency of performances and seminars this weekend. Their first event is a show at the Timucua White House on Sunday, Sept. 3 and follow it up with a free workshop at the Melrose Center on Tuesday, Sept. 5.



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