Deep Listening is a practice created by American composer Pauline Oliveros (1932-2016). It draws on radical pedagogy and utopian knowledge experiments developed in south California during the 60s. One could describe Deep Listening as a creative practice for musicians and non-musicians of all abilities and backgrounds that enhances awareness through sound. Oliveros work is grounded on her life as a feminist, lesbian and humanitarian activist.

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