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Contemporary art trends inspire MSU Multimedia Concert on Oct. 23

October 10, 2011


Trends in contemporary art and technology inspire a multimedia concert set for 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, in MSU's Reynolds Recital Hall.    High-Res Available

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The Montana State University School of Music and MONSTER Studios opens the Sunday Night Multimedia Series with "Survey: A concert of sonic and multimedia art" at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 in Reynolds Recital Hall.

The concert, which is free, features performances that survey current stylistic and technological trends in sonic and multimedia art.

The concert will include traditional works for video and fixed audio as well as experimental works exploring non-traditional instruments, such as Paul Rudy's "Degrees of Separation: Grandchild of Tree" for amplified cactus, and "Three Improvisatory Grovescapes" by Ian Corbett, which explores different concepts of 5.1 surround-sound imaging and soundstage techniques.

The concert will feature works by MSU faculty composers Kristi McGarity and Jason Bolte, with performances by MSU faculty members Sarah Biber, Stephen Versaevel, and Ryan Matzinger.

Reynolds Recital Hall is located across 11th Avenue from the MSU Duck Pond.

Whitney Salo (406) 994-3562, whitney.salo@montana.edu