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Thursday, 27 February 2003

Composition Seminar
3:30pm 306C

Set Theory
Paul Nelson

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  Robert Black promoting evening concert.   
  Paul handwaving.   

Computer Music Concert, Robert Black
7:30pm Griswold Hall

The Peabody Computer Music Consort is proud to present bassist Robert Black to the Peabody Community for a solo recital on Thursday February 27 (7:30 p.m. in Griswold Hall; admission is free). Perhaps best known for his pursuit of contemporary music, Robert Black's 1996 O.O. Discs recording State of the Bass saw the artist performing with computer-controlled delays, electric, electric-upright, and MIDI Bass. His current program should include Iannis Xenakis's 1976 work Theraps as well as Christian Wolff's 1991 Look, She Said. Black will also be hosting a Bass Department Master class on February 25 (time/location TBA). For more information on Black's groundbreaking solo work or his ensemble work with the genre-defying Bang on a Can All-Stars look for Mike Giuliano's piece in the January/February 2003 Peabody News.

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  Standing ovation   

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