Cass Music Technology Lecturer To Perform in New York
Date: 1 April 2013
Dr. Javier A. Garavaglia, course leader of the BSc Music Technology (Sound for Media) at the CASS, will present his composition Wooden Worlds at the 3rd New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF ) 2013, April 2 to 6.
Wooden Worlds, is an audiovisual performance collaboration with Colombian media artist Claudia Robles Angel, which includes live-electronics, interactive video, live-viola and octophonic sonic diffusion. Dr. Garavaglia was juror of the NYCEMF in its first 2 editions (2009 and 2010).
An excerpt of the work can be found here
The two authors have also written two papers about the piece, which were published at the ISEA 2011 in Istanbul, Turkey, and in the IMAC 2011 conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, in May 2011.
|Date||April 2 to 6 2013|
|Venue||New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF)|
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