In the final concert of the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, we pull out all the stops, showcasing 12 electronic works that stretch limits and break all conventions.
- Benjamin R. Fuhrman, Exploring the Remains of a Giant;
- Robert Fleisher, Dans le piano;
- Omar Dodaro, Verso;
- Hongshuo Fan, Multi Helix;
- Jordan Hall, How to Listen to Machines: Refrigeration Fan in E-flat Major;
- Joel Hunt, Knock for piano and resonance;
- Jonghyun Kim, Live Performance for Leapmotion;
- Omar A. Peracha, Colour Etude I;
- Michael Olson, Flux Beta;
- Anoush Moazzeni, 2D Spatialized Comprovisations for Piano+ with Robotic Devices;
- Yue Dai, Rush Pantoum–Fixed Media;
- Angelo Bello, UPIC Etudes
This concert is part of the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, the largest celebration of electroacoustic music in the world: music performed by acoustic musical instruments, laptops, and custom electronic devices, as well as works involving digital video, and sound installations. It spans 28 concerts, both at the Abrons Arts Center and here, at National Sawdust.
Visit www.nycemf.org for more information.