MUSIC OF TODAY: Through a glass, darkly….
Traversing borders evoking large-format landscape photography, intimate portraiture and mystical musings, this concert features works by composers associated with DXARTS, and is presented in 3D holographic sound.
The University of Washington School of Music and the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) co-sponsor the Music of Today concert series featuring groundbreaking modern classics and new works by faculty and guest composers.
Richard Karpen, "Camera Cantorum" (2000) for digital soundtrack. Richard Karpen, projection.
Perry Jones, "The Taos Hum" (2014) for Ambisonic soundtrack. Perry Jones, projection.
Daniel Peterson, "Swarm of Echoes" (2011) for Ambisonic soundtrack. Daniel Peterson, projection.
Marcin Pączkowski, "...where odd things are kept" (2014) for sensors and live electronics. Marcin Pączkowski, performance.
Nicolás Varchausky, "Resonances, Turbulences and Explosions" (2011/14) for Ambisonic soundtrack. Michael McCrea, projection.
Joseph Anderson, "Mpingo" (2003) for Ambisonic soundtrack. Joseph Anderson, projection.