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DMU's Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre welcomes New Zealand composer and multimedia artist John Cousins|, who will present a concert of his work on December 5, 2012 in PACE Studio 1 (On Richmond Street), 19:00-21:00. Admission is Free.
John Cousins was born in 1943 in Wellington. He received training as a musician, graduating with an honours degree in music from the University of Canterbury in 1965. In 1967 he was appointed to the staff of the School of Music of that University, where he worked as teacher and creative artist until 2004 when he left the university in order to concentrate fully on making and promulgating his work which has evolved over the years from conventional musical composition to sculptural performance, mixed media and sonic art. His works have been performed, broadcast and exhibited in Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe, Russia and the United States of America.
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