Music of Today: DXARTS


Date
Thu, April 6 | 7:30pm
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The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS), in collaboration with the School of Music, presents an evening of digital music and performance by DXARTS and School of Music faculty, including "Hemispheres" by Juan Pampin for EEG performer and 3D audio projection; “Human Subject,” by Richard Karpen for Disklavier, EEG and EMG; and "Cisternization," by Stuart Dempster, Richard Karpen, and Juan Pampin. 

PROGRAM DETAIL

Richard Karpen: "Human Subject", for Disklavier controlled via EEG and EMG.

Stuart Dempster, Richard Karpen, Juan Pampin: “Cisternization,” an improvisation for piano, trombone and live electronics using the virtual acoustics of the Dan Harpole Cistern at Fort Worden State Park.

Juan Pampin:  “Hemispheres” or EEG and 3D sound projection
Stuart Dempster, performer.