02-04-18
Poème Électronique and Recent Music from the High Desert

TIME 03:00pm • doors open at 02:30pm EVENT Sound-Space Audio Lab Overture Center Event Series • Event 021 VENUE The Overture Center for the Arts, Promenade Hall about A concert of immersive fixed media works including Edgard Varèse's seminal composition Poème Électronique, written for Le Corbusiers's Philips pavilion at the 1958 Brussels World Fair, and recent works by Nathaniel Bartlett, created during time (2014-2017) in the high desert of Northern New Mexico (USA) more info free • donations encouraged • reservations encouraged • capacity: 100

01 Poème Électronique (1958) • five-channel electronic sound • fixed media • composer: Edgard Varèse 02 impulse response (2016) • four percussionists playing six snare drums each • eight-channel cube loudspeaker array • fixed media • snare drums: Lee Vinson • composer: Nathaniel Bartlett 03 neoteric topology (excerpt 1) (2015) • marimba and mallet/body-tracking computer interface; real-time three-dimensional, high-definition, computer-generated sound; and real-time computer notation processing • eight-channel cube loudspeaker array • fixed media • composer/performer: Nathaniel Bartlett 04 solar sequence (excerpt) (2017) • four glockenspiels • eight-channel cube loudspeaker array • fixed media • composer/performer: Nathaniel Bartlett 05 cronometro_bugbee_duo (2015) • percussion duo • eight-channel cube loudspeaker array • fixed media • percussion: Fred Bugbee • composer: Nathaniel Bartlett 06 apical topography (2015) • solo percussion • eight-channel cube loudspeaker array • fixed media • percussion: Michael Carp • composer: Nathaniel Bartlett 07 neoteric topology (excerpt 2)
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