Bates students present digital music concert
Students in Chris Bailey’s “Computers, Music and the Arts” course perform their compositions on April 7. The course is a hands-on study of music-making with computers and is designed for arts students who want to learn about new technological tools. This performance is based on the genre “musique concrete,” or music made from found sounds, such as the hum of a dryer.
The performance also includes collaboration between students in Bailey’s course and students taking an advanced choreography course. The program, however, will concentrate on the use of environmental sounds to create music.
- Tuesday, April 7 at 7:30 p.m.
- Olin Arts Center Concert Hall, 75 Russell St.
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