New York University’s Interactive Arts Performance Series will feature “Interensemble,” an Italian ensemble that specializes in repertoire combining human performers and computer interaction, on Monday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. (Frederick Loewe Theatre, NYU campus, 35 W. Fourth St., between Greene and Washington Square East).

The ensemble, from Padova, Italy, will perform works by American composers Edmund Campion, Eric Chasalow, Dinu Ghezzo, and Robert Rowe, and the Italian composers Luciano Berio, Bernardino Beggio, Salvatore Macchia, and Michele Biasutti.

The series is sponsored by NYU’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions.

Admission in free. For more information contact (212) 998-5435.

EDITOR’S NOTE Established in 1925, NYU’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions blends into New York City, the world’s performing arts capital, with baccalaureate through doctoral degree programs that encourage the pursuit of high artistic and academic goals. The department’s 300 renowned faculty guide its 1,200 students, who major in Music Technology, Music Performance (Vocal and Instrumental), Music Composition, Jazz, Music Business, Music Education, Dance Education, Educational Theatre, Music Therapy, Drama Therapy or Performing Arts Administration. Part of the Steinhardt School of Education, the department fosters a collaborative spirit across traditional disciplinary lines to offer a distinctive academic and performance-based education. Producing graduates prepared for successful careers in the music industry like no other place, the department’s distinguished alumni include jazz great Wayne Shorter, music theatre composer Cy Coleman, lyricist Betty Comden, film composer Elmer Bernstein, conductor and composer Tania Leon, music technologist Enoch Light, playwright, Oscar-winning film writer and director John Patrick Shanley as well as “Dean of Deans,” music educator Wilfred Bain.

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