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.
DXARTS Fall Concert
Friday, November 20, 2015 - 7:30pm
$15 ($10 students/seniors)
DXARTS Fall Concert: Listening Beyond... Music from Elainie Lillios & UW Graduate Composers
Tonight's concert presents music from Elainie Lillios along with the latest Ambisonic compositions from UW graduate composers Martin Jarmick, Perry Jones and Daniel Peterson.
Elainie Lillios's music reflects her fascination with listening, sound, space, time, immersion and anecdote. Her music explores many sound worlds; sometime referential ones such as the human voice, cars, wind chimes, or water. Other times her materials are less obvious, like crunching branches, walking through snow or pebbles shuffling in water. Her research interests include sound diffusion as the performance practice of electroacoustic music, audio spatialization employing Ambisonics (3D audio), critical listening as a creative aid and Deep Listening.
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