Oct 11

Notation as Interface — configuration spaces, transformation tools, and multiple nows

4:00pm
Free Event
Oct 13

An Exploration of the Value of Indigeneity to Music, and Technology: Learning from Each Other

11:00 AM–12:20 PM (note corrected time)

Bernhard Scully, Jessica Mingee, Dr. Ann Perry-Witmer, Alexandra Timmons, Dean Tommy Pozo, Prof. Arial Urquidi, Carlos Augusto Valdez, Xiomara Echeverria Ortiz.

11:00am
Free Event
Oct 13

An audience is invited to experience a composing and performing practice in which music emerges from a process of making propositions and building musical models. A sonorous opening launches the journey with 3D diffusion of resonances discovered in interacting harmonic and subharmonic tones from instruments or electronic sources.

7:30pm
Free Event
Oct 14

In conjunction with the innovative Mind in Vitro - Computing with Living Neurons group at UIUC, David Rosenboom and Mattia Gazzola will lead a real-time brainstorming workshop and demonstration to envision a potential longer- term collaboration in neuromusic cybernetics. The workshop will examine possibilities of directly linking the electrical activity sensed in living neuron cultures with a computer music instrument that, in turn, may generate acoustic vibration stimuli for the neurons to react to, creating a new kind of performative biofeedback system.

2:00pm
Other CIF Auditorium (0027/1025), Campus Instructional Facility
Free Event
Oct 16

Hannah Reitz, conductor

PROGRAM

John Rutter, Suite for Strings, Movement 1: A-Roving
William Grant Still, Danzas de Panama, Movement 4: Cumbia y Congo
Vaclav Nelhybel, Danza for Strings
Astor Piazzolla, Libertango

 

5:00pm
Free Event
Oct 16

A special project collaboration with the Sousa Archives and rare instruments.

5:30pm
Free Event
Oct 18

NOTE TIME CHANGE

4:00pm
Other Music Building Recording Studio (0061A)
Free Event
Oct 18

Stephen Fairbanks, director

Louise Farrenc, Overture No. 1 in E minor
Felix Mendelssohn, Symphony No. 4 in A major (Italian)

The Philharmonia Orchestra performs Mendelssohn's joyful Symphony No. 4. Nicknamed the Italian Symphony, this work encapsulates the composer's efforts to portray his impressions from his 10-month visit to Italy in 1830. From Rome, Mendelssohn stated in a letter to his sister that "The Italian symphony is making great progress. It will be the jolliest piece I have ever done, especially the last movement."

7:30pm

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