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MSU multimedia concert set Dec. 11 features winter-themed music and art

December 5, 2011

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The Montana State University Department of Music will present "Into the Snow," a free Sunday Night Multimedia Series concert featuring video art, electronic music and instrumental performance by MSU students at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11, in Reynolds Recital Hall.

Reynolds Recital Hall is located in Howard Hall, on the MSU campus.

The concert will feature winter-themed music and video art from the Interdisciplinary Projects I class, taught by new MSU faculty members Jason Bolte in the School of Music and Lori Hiris from the School of Film and Photography. MSU's Synthesis and Intro to Digital Music classes, taught by Patrick Donnelly and Kristi McGarity, will also be featured on the concert.

Participating MSU student composers and filmmakers include: Jori Apedaile, Colin Cashin, Ethan Cayko, Bessie Colgrove, Rob Eastman, Chase Hanebrink, John Johnson, David Kane, Jamie Neal, Alex Nusbaum, Marc Riedel, Matt Schwager, Mark Vaughn and Louis Whiteford. The show will also feature a live poetry reading by Alex Nusbaum and live piano performance by Bessie Colgrove.

As always, the Sunday Night Multimedia Series will be presented with live-sound diffusion through a multichannel speaker system. The concert is sponsored by the School of Music's Music Technology program, home of the Bachelor of Arts in Music Technology.

More information is available at or by contacting Kristi McGarity at 994-5762.

Kristi McGarity, 994-5762,