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Radical 2

The CNMAT Users group has organized a mini-residency with the New York-based percussion duo Radical 2 from December 5-7, 2019.  Radical 2, Levy Lorenzo (photo right)  and Dennis Sullivan (photo left) is an irrational, classification-defying duo that explores the intersection of theatric, percussive and electronic mediums. UC Berkeley Graduate Composers Sarah Grace Graves, Andrew Blanton (photo center), and Andrew Harlan have created new compositions for the duo using a variety of CNMAT-supported technologies and with support from Jeremy Wagner and David Coll (sound artist and composer in re

Project

A E R

A E R is a site-specific installation, by UC Berkeley Graduate Composer Didem Coskunseven and Engin Daglik (Stanford), focusing on turning a ‘transitive space’ into a ‘space of experience’ by using lighting design and interactive spatial sound design in such a way that they manifest both an uncanny and inviting ambience. The work consists of four light structures hung on the surfaces of a shipping container and 8-channel interactive audio immersed in this transitive space.

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Percussionist Russell Greenberg at CNMAT

CNMAT is happy to welcome back Percussionist Russell Greenberg for a visit!  Russell is a founding member of the YARN/WIRE quartet and has collaborated over the years with many UC Berkeley composers.  

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Jean Geoffroy at CNMAT

 

Jean Geoffroy, percussionist, and international soloist, is in residence this week at CNMAT working with composer Edmund Campion on projects and collaborations with the Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse de Lyon (CNSMDL) and Générateur de Ressources et d’Activités Musicales Exploratoires (GRAME).

Jean Geoffroy is the invited speaker for the composition colloquium this Friday, November 8, at 3 p.m. at CNMAT (free and open to the public):

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Event

Earl Howard

Tue, March 17, 2020, 8:00pm
1750 Arch St.
BERKELEY, CA
94709
US
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 - 20:00
General Price
$10.00
Senior Price
$5.00
Student Price
$5.00
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Audible Numbers in Seoul

The Contemporary Gugak Orchestra is presenting Edmund Campion's Audible Numbers on Friday and Saturday, September 27-28, 2019, at the National Gugak Center in Seoul, S. Korea. The piece was composed using the Open Music/TESSELLATE library developed by Matthew Schumaker, Edmund Campion, and Jean Bresson at CNMAT.

Read the preview article in the Korean Herald

 

 

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