"Do You AUMI?" We did at the Lawrence Public Library . . . and will again after a summer break!!
KU AUMI-InterArts would like to thank our partners, Ranita Wilks, Independence Inc., and Ed Rose, Sound/Vision Studio, Lawrence Public Library, a great group of KU students from Music Therapy and American Studies, and the many curious and fantastic community improvisers who showed up to play, for a magnificent first set of "Do You AUMI?" jam and recording sessions. From October 2015 through April 2016, community members came together to create improvised music together, using a musical instrument (the AUMI) that adapts to every body and that requires no musical experience to play. Sessions were held in the state-of-the-art recording studio in the Lawrence Public Library, managed by Ed Rose, who then popped the music into the Sound/Vision SoundCloud, where they can still be listened to.