4* Saturday, 3/29

Saturday, March 29th
:: Concert Music ::
[exact program order TBD, currently listed by alphabetical order]

CONCERT B5: Beckham Hall, 10:30 a.m.
Jeremy Adams, Kòu
Nathan Corder, Seppuku
Luciano Leite Barbosa, Gravitational Fields  
Chris Mercer, Trapdoor Piano 
Mark Oliveiro, Tolak Balah
Sever Tipei, figer

CONCERT C5: Crowell Hall, 1:00 p.m.
Ted Coffey, Petals
Orlando Jacinto García, la catedral de cristal (the glass cathedral)    
Josh Goldman, Hexagonal (Facets 1-6)
Konstantinos Karathanasis, Hekate
Qi Shen, Aurora

CONCERT Ch3: Memorial Chapel, 4:00 p.m.
Jesse Allison, Traversal
David Ikard, Ventus et Unda    
Jane Rigler, the calling  
Anna Rubin, The Beekeepers  
Paul Thomas, Slapbox

CONCERT C6: Crowell Hall, 8:00 p.m.
Jon Appleton and Paul J. Botelho, N’air sur le lit  
Jennifer Hill, Z-77 for paper and computer    
Todd Kitchen, Sonata for Piano and Tape  
Paul Leary, Hephaestus’ Fire: Music for Anvil and Electronics    
Barry Schrader, “The Chamber of False Things” from The Barnum Museum  
Nina Young, Metal Works

CONCERT Ch4: Memorial Chapel, 10:00 p.m.
Chris Brown, Gangsa
Miguel Chuaqui, Trance
Taylan Cihan, Satyricon.3
Christopher Jette and John Granzow, LasuDax    
Tae Hong Park, Fer(m)ata   

:: Papers & Presentations ::

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., AWKS 112
Life After Arduino? Wireless Mesh Sensing Solutions for Electroacoustic Music Performance.    
– Chet Udell

11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m., AWKS 112
Mobile Music in the Classroom [STEM + Sonic Art => STEAM]
– Jesse Allison and Daniel Holmes

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., CFA Hall
Lost in Transformation: Composer as Translator
– Benjamin O’Brien

Electroacoustic Opera with Autonomous Robots
– Maurice Wright