Dr. Javier A. Garavaglia, Associate Professor at the CASS (from August 2014) and course leader of the BSc Music Technology presents old and brand new acousmatic pieces.
Date: 1 May 2014
Dr. Javier A. Garavaglia, Associate Professor at the CASS (from August 2014) and course leader of the BSc Music Technology (Sound for Media) presents old and brand new acousmatic pieces in San Francisco and New York in the next few months:
(1) Overture (in memoriam T.A.T.)
Acousmatic music in 4.0 sound spatialisation (1997)
Sweet Thunder Listening Room program at:
April 24th, 6 pm
During the Sweet Thunder: SFCMP Festival of Electro-Acoustic Music - SAN FRANCISCO - April 24-27, 2014
(2) WORLD PREMIERE of:
Meditations (tiny gongs)
Acousmatic music in 8.0 sound spatialisation (2014)
During the NYCEMF 2014 - June 2-8 - NYC - USA
Concert 28: 1:30-2:30 PM and 10:30-11:30 PM: Experimental Theater / Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand St, New York, NY 10002
- Contact: Dr Javier A Garavaglia
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