San Francisco-based trumpet improviser Stan Shaff's formative experiences
in the 1950s
were the light shows with sculptor Seymour Locks, the San Francisco Tape Music Center, Anna Halprin's Dancers' Workshop,
and collaborations with painter and sculptor Seymour Locks.
In 1959 Shaff and electronic equipment designer Douglas McEachern perfected
an electronic-base performance that debuted in 1960 and evolved into
the sound theatre Audium.
Shaff was one of the musicians who played at the
San Francisco premiere
of Terry Riley's epoch-defining In C with
light shows by Tony Martin.
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