PAST EVENTS

May 7, Monday, 11:00 A.M. (Silver Center, Room 320): William Kleinsasser, composer, talks about his works for instrument and live processing

May 10, Thursday, 11:00 A.M.: Pierre Alexandre Tremblay, electroacoustic composer, performer, and improviser (University of Huddersfield - UK) will talk about the new generation of mixed music composers, their concerns and responsibilities - and more specifically how these concerns emerge in their own practice.
If time permits: demonstration and group involvement in laptop and instrument improvisation; commentary on it and virtuosity issues

Sonorities 2007: Elizabeth Hoffman; Paula Matthusen
http://www.qub.ac.uk/sonorities/2007/index.php

KIOKU: Christopher Ariza (live laptop electronics), Wynn Yamami (East and Southeast Asian percussion, including Japanese taiko, Korean gongs, and Filipino kulintang), and Ali Sakkal (saxophones, percussion).
http://www.kiokugroup.com

ON Friday, 20 April 2007, 8:00 P.M.
At the Issue Project Room, Brooklyn
http://www.issueprojectroom.org


Paula Matthusen, still active in Berlin!

Vollkontakt: Berlin präsentiert Battles
Thursday, 05 April 2007 / English Version below Live Concerts: Electronic, Noise, Klassik, Jazz, Avantgarde Turntables: Funk/Soul/Swing & HipHop/Electro/BrokenBeat
www.vollkontakt-berlin.de











The Washington Square Computer Music Studio is a comprehensive research and composition lab for graduate students in NYU's GSAS music department.

NYU, Faculty of Arts and Sciences,
Music Department:
24 Waverly Place, Room 268
New York, NY 10003
phone: 212.998.8315 or 998.8300
fax: 212.995.4147

Director -

Elizabeth Hoffman
elizabeth.hoffman [at] nyu.edu

Lab Assistant, SPRING 2008

Ivan Goff
ivan.goff [at] nyu.edu


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