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RIP Richard Lainhart

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RIP Richard Lainhart

On behalf of all of the Ethernet Orchestra, it is with sadness that we reflect on the death of our fellow networked collaborator and musical virtuoso Richard Lainhart, who passed away yesterday 30th December, 2011.

Having worked with him over the years, and then finally meeting him in person last month for the New York show, I personally feel both a sense of loss but also fortune that I was blessed with the opportunity to share his company during the week that I stayed with him and his wife Caroline.

Last night, Martin, Elke and I were looking back on the great performances the ensemble did did this year, and the wonderful experience of the radio feature, which is now all the more poignant in that it unknowingly captured a part of our history that will never be repeated.

As evidenced by the hundreds of obituaries and condolences left on his facebook page, he was deeply respected among a large cross genre musical community and all those that knew him.

RIP Richard, your passion and generosity touched many of us and your music will continue your presence in our lives.

Roger


Ethernet Orchestra ZKM Radio Feature

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Center for Art and Media (ZKM) in Karlsruhe, Germany is broadcasting a radio feature on Ethernet Orchestra through their DEGEM web radio from today. The two hour program documents our performances over the last two years and contains interviews with the musicians speaking about their experiences of working with the project and the different aspects of the telematic improvisatory music making. Thanks to radio journalist Mirko Heinemann and blackhole-factory for supporting it.

Access broadcast and ZKM HERE.

The program is broadcast twice a day for a month and can be listened to a different times each day. It is scheduled within program block E.

Monday: 10am + 10pm
Tuesday: 8am + 8pm
Wednesday: 6am + 6pm
Thursday: 4am + 4pm
Friday: 2am + 2pm
Saturday: 0am and 0pm
Sunday: 6am + 6pm

The time is CET Central European Time == UTC + 1 hour