Roger Reynolds: Artists and Technology

Roger Reynolds at the Tate Modern Gallery, London, England © Malcolm Crowthers

Roger Reynolds at the Tate Modern Gallery, London, England. Photograph © Malcolm Crowthers

Today, March 3rd, at 2:00 pm in the Whittall Pavillion, adjacent to the Coolidge Auditorium in the Jefferson Building, the Music Division plays host to a forum on Artists and Technology.  A presentation by composers Steve Antosca and Roger Reynolds will be moderated by Professor Thomas DeLio from the University of Maryland, College Park. This event is part of CHANGES: SEASONS, a spring 2010 series of lectures, workshops, forums and performances focusing on current and historical trends in the use of technology in music, as well as the role that performance spaces play in the dissemination of music, art and technology. No tickets are required.  If you can’t make the presentation, never fear, you can still see an example of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Roger Reynolds’s own ground-breaking work at the intersection of technology, performance space, and music. Watch a video of his piece Justice, performed in the Jefferson Building in 2001. Learn more about Reynolds and his music in the Roger Reynolds Collection, a presentation on the Performing Arts Encyclopedia.

One Comment

  1. Sean Brewer
    March 3, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    Visionary- the waves the air the pressure the vibration of the artists speaks thru the Unerverse which is his and our teacher- Roger Reynolds flow with the music.–Enjoy

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