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Free multimedia concert set May 3

April 27, 2009

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The Montana State University Department of Music will partner with the School of Film and Photography for the first time when it presents a Sunday Night Multimedia Series event at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 3, in the Black Box Theatre on the MSU campus.

"Time Travel" is a free concert that features new electronic music instrumental performances by MSU students with lighting design by the new MSU collaborative music/theatre interdisciplinary projects class.

Musical themes will represent a journey through time, from the classical harpsichord to 1980s guitar rock to spaceships from the 11th dimension. The show will feature MSU student composers Gracia Black, Colt Gill, Sam Haugestuen, John Johnson, Kira Lee, Sid Lees, Jamie Neal, Bobby Riviere and Logan Stahley. Works on the program will combine electronic music with piano, electric guitar, cello, flute, violin and trumpet.

All sound will be presented with live sound diffusion through a multichannel speaker system. The concert is sponsored by the Music Technology program, home of the Bachelor of Arts in Music Technology degree.

The Black Box Theatre is located at 11th and Grant (attached to the Visual Communications Building), on the MSU campus.

More information about the concert or the MSU musical technology program is available at http://www.montana.edu/musictech, or by contacting Kristi McGarity at 994-5762.

Kristi McGarity, 994-5762, kristin.mcgarity@montana.edu