DriftEnsemble let life happen to them in an open-ended concert. Comprised of composer-improvisers, the group incorporate the liabilities and speculations of live-coding alongside traditional instrumentation, preparing themselves for one in an infinity of branching paths. Colin Frank’s Fake uses a party game as its graphic score, performers deceiving one another into creating unexpected dissonances. 11 Fragments, written by Cristian Morales Ossio, is a real-time response to itself, with part of the ensemble performing a score as others improvise a reaction. In concert, the members of DriftEnsemble build new relationships with each other, realising themselves in front of their audience.