Friday, June 10, 2011

Georgia Tech's Sonic Generator and The Woodruff Arts Center host SONICpalooza - a 10-hour festival of contemporary music

Saturday, June 25, 2011
2 pm - midnight

Woodruff Arts Center Galleria
1280 Peachtree Street

free and open to the public

Audience members are encouraged to come and go as they please and sample food and drink from Atlanta's finest street food vendors on Callaway Plaza.

Sonic Generator, in collaboration with the Woodruff Arts Center, is proud to present SONICpalooza – a festival of contemporary music. Featuring performances by Sonic Generator and friends, SONICpalooza will showcase works by the most unique American composers who are actively shaping contemporary music. SONICpalooza promises to be a celebration of contemporary music, local art and innovative cuisine, with a unique collection of works by local, up-and-coming, old school, downtown, uptown, minimalist, post-minimalist and post-modern composers including Steve Reich, David Lang, and George Crumb; multi-media film, light, and video design by Neil Fried; and food and drink from some of Atlanta’s finest street food vendors. SONICpalooza will be the first contemporary music festival of its kind in Atlanta and aims to be an engaging, entertaining, and inspiring good time.

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