sfSound concert - new music with electronics

Date: 
Thu, 02/02/2012 - 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Location: 
CCRMA Stage
Event Type: 
Concert
Drawing on an extraordinary roster of Bay Area musicians, sfSoundGroup is the main performing group of the sfSoundSeries. The virtuoso sfSound instrumentalists are all composers in their own right -- offering a diverse range of talents including skilled improvisation, performance art, computer audio programming, university-level music scholarship, instrument making, didjeridu playing, and styrofoam bowing.
 
sfSoundGroup comes to CCRMA to present an evening of new and historical pieces for acoustic instruments with electronics. Here's the program for this evening:

PROGRAM
James Tenney - Ergodos II (For John Cage) (1978) computer generated tape with instrumental responses
Phil Niblock - Disseminate (1998) pre-recorded and live instruments
Mario Davidovsky - Synchronisms #3 (1965) cello and tape
Per Bloland - Quintet (2005) sax and live electronics
Kyle Bruckmann - Cell Structure (2009) oboe, clarinet, and recorded analog electronics
Matt Ingalls - False Awakening (2008) amplified instruments and electronics
 
PERFORMERS
Kyle Bruckmann oboe
Matt Ingalls, clarinet
John Ingle, saxophone
Monica Scott, cello
 
Learn more about sfSound: http://sfsound.org/
 
WHAT: sfSound concert
WHEN: Thursday, February 2, 2012 - 8pm
WHERE: CCRMA Stage (3rd floor)
The Knoll building
660 Lomita Drive
Stanford, CA 94305
 
FREE ADMISSION
 
FREE
Open to the Public
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