WHEN: Sunday, Nov. 8th All Day //// WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 220 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) (enter the Building at 33 Washington Place)/// This event is free and open to the Public.
A Day of Music and Discussion about Sound in Space, and Historical and Evolving Practices: Studios, Cities, Aesthetics, and Techniques.
- 10:30am – 12:30pm – Diffusion Workshop with Prof. Pierre Alexandre Tremblay (U. of Huddersfield) Open to the public, contact Prof. Elizabeth Hoffman for participation or to attend as an observer. Limited availability.
- 5pm – Keynote Lecture with Prof. Eric Lyon (Virginia Tech) “A Tale of Three Cities in the Post-Acousmatic Age”: What has studio and regional practice meant? What does it mean, and is it perceptible now?
- — Wine & cheese —
- 5:30pm – Panel discussion with Visiting Artists, and Audience Questions.
- Concert of stereo diffusion works and multi-channel works, from composers who have lived and worked in Montreal; Huddersfield and Birmingham (UK); and NYC: Bernier, Tremblay, Pohu, Oliver, Hoffman, Lillios, Harker, Pluta, Matthusen, Ariza, and Spiegel.
- 7pm – First set
- — brief break; wine & food –
- 8:30pm Second set
Entering NYU on a Sunday: Please enter the Building at 33 Washington Place. All other entrances are locked on Sundays. You will need to tell the guard why you are visiting, and provide an id. Please then follow internal signs/concert posters to the concert location on the 2nd floor of Silver, technically; but please realize that this room is toward the Waverly side–eastern half–of the interconnected Silver-Waverly buildings.