New Interfaces for Musical Expression : Ensemble Offspring Concert
Works for hyper-instruments, electro-acoustic and electronic music compositions by Stephen Barrass and Diane Whitmer, Andrew Johnston, Jon Drummond, Nic Collins, Robert Ratcliffe and Jon Weinel, Garth Paine, Robert Mackay and Martin Daws, Mark Havryliv and Kraig Grady (just intonation tuned marimba), and Holland Hopson.
This concert is presented as part of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) 2010 conference hosted by the University of Technology, Sydney. The conference examines the theme of expression in music and Human-Computer Interaction, with satellite symposia on expression in intersecting disciplines such as dance, architecture, information design, urban media, video, games, theatre and design, exploring the interdisciplinary collaborations engaged through expression and multimodality.
Featured non-Australian music: Kinesics by Nick Collins (piano/electronics); Mutations by Robert Ratcliffe and Jon Weinel; Altered Landscapes Robert Mackay and Martin Daws; Improvisation for Chaotic Oscillator, Marimba and Saxophone by Mark Havryliv and Kraig Grady; Holland Hopson
Featured Australian Works
|Jet stream (flute with electronic processing) (2005) by Jon Drummond|
— performed by Lamorna Nightingale
|Baroque Cello and EEG Continuo in D minor by Stephen Barrass and Diane Whitmer|
|Grace Space by Garth Paine|
|Touching Dialogue by Andrew Johnston — World premiere|
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