Friday, Jan 29 - Saturday, Jan 30
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Four CU composers present an evening of new multimedia sound works:
- Brian D. Kelly, College of Music doctoral composition student, offers a song cycle of American poets for mezzo-soprano, piano, live electronics and projected video.
- JP Merz, masters music student, collaborates with dancer Mandy Greenlee in a tea party exploring perception of language and the sentimental value of everyday objects.
- Nicholas Balderston, undergrad and TAM minor, will perform a piece for spoken word, guitar and piano harp that includes homemade electronic instruments.
- Hunter Ewen, CU faculty and multimedia artist, will showcase one of his signature performance art works.
With special guest Emily Daub, dancer and designer, who explores the intersection of art and engineering with alternative fashion and wearable technology.
Free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served.
New Multimedia Sound Showcase is presented by the ATLAS Center for Multimedia Arts and Performance, an incubator for the novel and experimental use of technology in music, dance, visual art, theater, film, and hybrid and diverse new media.