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Thursday, October, 13, 2011 at  8pm
Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, UC Santa Barbara

UCSB’S CREATE (Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology) presents a dynamic program featuring the American premiere of the extraordinary new electronic workPoints-critiques” (2011) by the celebrated Paris-based composer Horacio Vaggione. Also included are the live Boston-based duo of Feeney-Rawlings: “Their music explores an unpredictable relationship with making sounds, achieved by elaborate preparation of acoustic sound boxes, such as drums or cello, and expanded via original electronic instruments, ranging from naked circuit boards to amplified kitchen objects.”

Finally, the dramatic soundscape composition “Origin” by UCSB alumnus Ron Sedgwick will be projected in full octophonic sound using CREATE’s magnificent Meyer Sound installation.  JoAnn Kuchera-Morin is Director of CREATE, Curtis Roads is Associate Director, Matt Wright is Research Director.

Admission is $15/general, $7/students, with tickets at the door.
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