Technosonics '21

November 18, 2021 - 8:00pm
Old Cabell Hall & Streamed on YouTube
Free
November 19, 2021 - 3:30pm
live streamed
Free
November 19, 2021 - 8:00pm
The Bridge PAI & Streamed on YouTube
Free
November 20, 2021 - 3:30pm
Outside the Bridge (weather permitting) & Streamed on YouTube
Free

Technosonics ‘21

The University of Virginia’s computer music festival TECHNOSONICS returns November 18-20 for three mind & ear expanding days of digital sound art composition. This year’s featured guest, Natasha Barrett (Norway/UK), will present a Colloquium at 3:30pm on Friday, November 19. Barrett’s work “Sansing i Strandsona” was one of the winning compositions from the 2021 Coastal Futures International Ecoacoustic Music Competition. This piece, along with other prize-winning works by Daniel Blinkhorn (Australia), Elsa Jaeyoung Park (Korea) and Christopher Jette (California) will be performed on Thursday November 18 at 8pm in Old Cabell Hall and streamed live to the world. This Thursday evening concert will also feature music by UVA composers Matthew Burtner and Judith Shatin.

On Friday night, November 19 at 8pm, downtown at the Bridge PAI get into the groove with MICE (Mobile Interactive Computer Ensemble), and experience new works from the Composition and Computer Technologies (CCT) doctors of noise, Varun Kishore, Becky Brown, Heather Mease and Alex Christie. 

Finally, on Saturday November 20 at 3:30pm, outside The Bridge PAI, UVA’s New Music Ensemble directed by I-Jen Fang will close out the festival. The NME program will include three world premieres composed by the ensemble members, Bob DuCharme and Becky Brown. You will also experience pieces by Nomi Epstein, M. William Karlins, and Terry Riley.

NEW MUSIC PROGRAM
LIVE: DEAD LAPTOPS
 (2021) by Becky Brown (b. 1990)* 
Graphic Mobile (1969) by M. William Karlins (1932-2005)
Side Steps (2021) by Bob DuCharme (b. 1960)*
On the Ontology of Sound in Multidimensional Space (2021) by Becky Brown*
In C (1964) by Terry Riley (b.1935)
For Cage 99 (2010) by Nomi Epstein (b. 1978)
*world premiere

 

Concert Program Here: https://music.virginia.edu/sites/music.virginia.edu/files/technosonics_21_concert_program.pdf

All concerts will also be streamed out to the world on the Music Department YouTube channel so feel free to tune in from Alaska to Australia to India and points in between. Twenty festivals later and TECHNOSONICS is still shattering boundaries – this is one you won’t want to miss!

 

EventDateTimePlace
Technosonics '21 Concert 1Thursday, 11/18/218pmOld Cabell Hall & Live Streamed on UVA Music YouTube
Technosonics '21 Colloquium with Natasha BarrettFriday, 11/19/213:30pmVirtual via Zoom - 

https://virginia.zoom.us/j/98084803055?pwd=ZGs1c2lGZTJPVWlLalU5dENUdFFnZz09

Meeting ID: 980 8480 3055

Passcode: 373710

Technosonics '21 Concert 2Friday, 11/19/218pmThe Bridge PAI & Live Streamed on UVA Music YouTube
Technosonics ‘21 Concert 3
presents the UVa New Music Ensemble dir. I-Jen Fang
Saturday, 11/20/213:30pmOutside the Bridge PAI (weather permitting) & Live Streamed on UVA Music YouTube

 

 

 

 

Old Cabell Hall is located on the south end of UVA's historic lawn, directly opposite the Rotunda. Parking is available in the central grounds parking garage on Emmet Street, in the C1 parking lot off McCormick Rd, and in the parking lots at the UVA Corner. Handicap parking is available in the small parking lot adjacent to Bryan Hall.  Masks are required in Old Cabell Hall.

The Bridge PAI (Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative) Phone: 434-984-5669 Email: info@thebridgepai.org Website: thebridgepai.org The Bridge is located at 209 Monticello Road, Charlottesville, VA

UVA Music YouTube channel

All events are subject to change.

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