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MSU students present free multimedia concert Dec. 12

December 6, 2010

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The Montana State University Department of Music will present "The Ride," a free Sunday Night Multimedia Series concert featuring electronic music, video art, and instrumental performance by
MSU students, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, in Reynolds Recital Hall.

Reynolds Recital Hall is located inside Howard Hall, across South 11th. Ave. from the MSU Duck Pond on the MSU campus.

"Just as we all feel strapped in for the nonstop rush to the end of the semester, this concert will captivate the audience with a roller-coaster ride, from the depths of darkness and violence to the exhilarating sounds and lights of space travel and skydiving," said Kristi McGarity, head of the MSU Music Technology Program.

Featured composers and filmmakers include Jori Apedaile, Nick Andrews, Stephan Gueguen, Mickey Guida, R.J. Hatten, Chris Huvaere, Jeremy Naab, Jamie Neal, Jordan Oster, Jennifer Sanford, Joe Sweeney and Mark Vaughn, with a live guitar performance by Jori Apedaile.

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 MSU Music Technology Program, home of the Bachelor of Arts in Music Technology.

More information is available at http://www.montana.edu/musictech, or by contacting McGarity at 994-5762.

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