MUS 256 Recital
New Works for Dance, Music, and Visuals by UCR Students
Culver Center of the Arts
Thursday, June 2, 2016, 8pm
Student recital for MUS 256 Electronic Music Seminar.
The works presented by the students explore interdisciplinary and interactive electronic music using a variety of methods, including pitch and amplitude tracking, motion tracking, algorithmic and generative music, and custom midi controller interfaces. Visuals, movement, and sound collide into a unique combination
All of the pieces were assembled and produced at the Culver Center's in house facilities, including the dance studios and ARTSblock's new electronic music studio, the Outpost Foundry.
Support has been provided by UCR College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS) and the City of Riverside