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Concert I: Lewis, Jessen, Swendsen, Lopez, Aresty, Hsu, Kemper

Two concerts on March 14 and 15 in The Birenbaum showcase exciting and innovative performances with electroacoustic music, interactive electronics, interactive scores, Ashanti’s “sonomorphic” bodyware system, robotic instruments, sonic-visual ecosystems, and multi-channel digital instruments.

This event is organized with support from the TIMARA Department, Office of the Dean of the Oberlin Conservatory, Office of Oberlin Conservatory Professional Development, and the Alumni in Service to Oberlin College (ASOC) Fund. 

Free Admission

Abby Aresty Inkling (2019), real-time creation of a graphic musical score performed by Abby Aresty and Beverly Acha

Aurie Hsu (‘97) and Steven Kemper, Why Should Our Bodies End at the Skin? (2018) for sensor-equipped dancer, robotic percussion, sound exciters, and live sound processing

Peter Swendsen (‘99) Fireflies in Winter (2015) for bassoon, field recordings, & live electronics

Tom Lopez (‘89) The Scream and Whine of Trump (2018)

George Lewis Seismologic (2017), commissioned and performed by Dana Jessen, bassoon