Friday, April 20, 2012

3 events next week!

Try to make it to at least one, y'hear?

Monday: Georgia State University Music Technology Group at Goat Farm

Geoff Massey- Dronology
Madeleine Conti- The Third Jesus
William Walker- Door Eleven
Alex Marse – Sycamore
Johnathan Turner - The Space Between One Stone and the Next
William Hollifield – Spin
Drew Woodward - Walking With Dinosaurs
Tae Hong Park - bass x sung

Wednesday: Chamber Cartel at In Tune Studios

Morton Feldman - Why Patterns?
Adam Scott Neal - Mirror Universes

Thursday: Bent Frequency and CORE at the High
Free outdoor performance, 1/2-price admission to High (open until 10pm)

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

SCI Student Composers Concert

Please join us for another concert of student works presented by the Georgia State University Student Chapter of the Society of Composers, Inc. (SCI)

The concert takes place:

Friday, April 13, 2012
12 PM
Kopleff Recital Hall, GSU Campus in downtown Atlanta
Free Admission!

Directions to the Kopleff Recital Hall:


Amy LEVENTHALFour Miniatures for String Quartet (PREMIERE)

Salvatore LoCASCIOIntroduction from Sonata for Flute and Piano  (PREMIERE)

Stephen WOODElegy for the Earth for solo violin (PREMIERE)

Ioannis PAPASPYROUPsifidoto for woodwind quintet (PREMIERE)

Alex MARSEToo Much Doubt for 2 channel electronic sounds

Amy LEVENTHALHawks to Hummingbirds: for Coltrane & Parker for alto sax & piano

Salvatore LoCASCIOMassa Brassa for solo euphonium (PREMIERE)

William WALKERFever Dream for brass quintet (PREMIERE)

Hope to see you there!

Monday, April 02, 2012

Sonic Generator presents "Hi Tech, Lo Fi"

Sonic Generator Presents “Hi Tech, Lo Fi”

Monday, April 16, 2012
Rich Theatre, Woodruff Arts Center
1280 Peachtree Street, Atlanta
Concert begins at 8 p.m.

Free admission.

Georgia Tech’s contemporary chamber music ensemble-in-residence, Sonic Generator, features music by Daniel Wohl, Tristan Perich, Ronan Shai, Michel van der Aa and Thierry de Mey in a free performance in partnership with the Woodruff Arts Center. The concert showcases innovative contemporary music that uses a variety of technologies to create a “lo-fi” sound, ranging from works incorporating gameboys, cassette recorders, and 1-bit electronics to music inspired by the pixelation of grainy images.