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Rehearsal for California Electronic Music Exchange Concerts on 4.27.2012 and 4.28.2012
Using custom hardware (pucktronix tabulaRasa and snake.corral, etc) and software – http://www.gregsurges.com/
Here’s an article about the concert my piece “Waveformations” will be appearing in at SEAMUS 2010 in St. Cloud, on Thursday nights, April 8 at 10pm.
I just received word that my piece Waveformations will be on the headphone concert at the SEAMUS conference this year. I’m not sure, but according to the email I received, it looks like there will be two performances of the concert – one on Thursday, April 8th and one on Friday, April 9th, both at 10:00pm. I’m looking forward to the headphone concert idea, it’s not something I’ve been a part of before. If you’re planning to attend, the organizers ask that you bring your own headphones.
By the way, if you’re interested, you can check out the original album that Waveformations was released on. It’s from Wandering Ear, a netlabel releasing primarily field-recording and phonographic works. All of the tracks are reconstructions of an earlier Wandering Ear release, made of field recordings from Minnesota. My friend and collaborator David Collins also has a track there, which you should definitely check out.
The Electric Monster Laptop Ensemble, headed by Hsaio-Lan Wang, is making their concert debut tonight. They’re based at Montana State University, and playing in Reynolds Recital Hall there. My piece for networked laptop ensemble, “Solid State,” is being performed along with six other pieces for laptop ensemble. You can see more on Hsiao-Lan Wang’s site here, and I’ll post a recording when I have one.