3* Friday, 3/28

Friday, March 28th
:: Concert Music ::
[exact program order TBD, currently listed by alphabetical order]

CONCERT B3: Beckham Hall, 10:30 a.m.
Andrew Seager Cole, Sanctuary to the Sea  
Greg Dixon, Cedar Forest    
Eli Fieldsteel, Fractus III: Aerophoneme 
Stephen Lilly, Divided Attention for trombone, fixed, and unfixed media  
Charles Nichols, Sound of Rivers: Stone Drum    
Rob Seaback, sequence (bloom)  
Adam Vidiksis, Stria [feather] remix    

CONCERT C3: Crowell Hall, 1:00 p.m.
Lou Bunk, Cut (Feat K.Kirchoff, Toy Piano)
Jacob Cooper, La Plus Que Plus Que Lente 
Benjamin Klein, Weaving the Bend 
Carter John Rice, Let Me See Your Face
Judith Shatin, Tape Music    

CONCERT B4: Beckham Hall, 4:30 p.m.
Elizabeth Hoffman, songstressed
Michael Musick, Sonic Exploration No. 1: As Influenced by an Adorable Picture of a Gorilla
John Nichols III, Gates
Paul Schuette, Improvisation
Chapman Welch and Maria del Carmen Montoya, Rara Avis    

CONCERT C4: Crowell Hall, 8:00 p.m.
Christopher Bailey, Composition for S#!++\/ Piano with Drum Samples, Concrete Sounds, and Processing 
Chin Ting Chan, time, forward
Bryan Jacobs, Syncro-Vox and Other Cheap Animation Techniques  
Deovides Reyes III, Motions of Maria Makiling  
Jacob David Sudol, Vanished into the Clouds (雲隠)
Sam Wells, Leander’s Swim  
Jonathan Zorn, Meditation on Pattern and Noise

CONCERT CH2: Memorial Chapel, 10:00 p.m.
Scott Miller, Contents May Differ  
Chris Peck, Gothic Cochlea  
Butch Rovan, Office Hours
Carl Testa, IRIS
Tom Williams, Dart

:: Papers & Presentations ::

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., AWKS 112
Physical Modeling with gen~ Workshop
– Jon Nelson

2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., CFA Hall
Paul Bley: Pioneering Live Synthesizer Performance in a Jazz Setting
– Bob Gluck

Sounding Sounddance  
– Chris Peck

Back and Forth: The History of the ARP 2500 + Contemporary Applications    
– Asha Tamirisa