Electronic Music by Composers at Virginia Tech

Monday, February 17, 2014
Location & Time: 

Moss Arts Center - The Cube (7:30pm)

A concert of electroacoustic music by composers at Virginia Tech, featuring performances by trombonist Jay Crone. The program includes a variety of live electronic processing, digital sound transformations, and live-generated video. Works by Music faculty Ico Bukvic, Kent Holliday, Eric Lyon, Charles Nichols, and James Sochinski.  Cosponsored by the School of Performing Arts, Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, and the Digital Interactive Sound & Intermedia Studio.
Concert Program:
Quintophony, for bass trombone and 4 channels of analog electronic sound - James Sochinski
Phoenix, for tape music - Kent Holliday
Derelicts of Time, for trombone, computer-generated sound and image - Ivica Ico Bukvic
Clang Farmin, for Musique concrète - James Sochinski
Confessions of a Virtue Addict, for trombone and computer-generated sound - Eric Lyon
Sound of Rivers: Stone Drum, for sonified data, computer-processed sound, and recorded electric violin, accompanying video, dance, and narration - Charles Nichols

Free to public