Theremin - An Electric Odyssey
Landmark Theatres (100 El Camino Real, Belmont CA) and KCSM are pleased to host an advance screening of the new film Theremin, immediately followed by an intimate presentation with world-class musician and artist DENNIS JAMES.
Tickets: $8.00 General, $5 Children and Seniors.
Mention this posting and receive a complimentary popcorn. For more information, call (415) 591-5368.
at the Forum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco:
Flux (1993) by Ronald Bruce Smith,for flute, clarinet, synthesizer, percussion, violin and violoncello.
San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, Stephen Mosko, conductor.
Flux employs MAX in live performance while certain pre-composition designs were achieved with IRCAM's Patchwork computer assisted composition program.
Trombonist, Andrew R. Glendening, is currently Assistant Professor of Trombone and Director of the Computer Music/MIDI Laboratory at Morehead State University in Morehead, KY. As a leading proponent of New Music for the trombone, Dr. Glendening has performed at numerous festivals, symposia and universities throughout the US including solo recitals, ensemble performances, and/or masterclasses at the Aspen, Evian, Beyond...(A Celebration of Computer Music and Art), Electronic Music Plus 17, June in Buffalo, Midwest Comper's, and Music of Our Time Festivals, the Eastman School of Music, Oberlin Consdrvatory, University of North Texas, Harvard, and Indiana University.
Dr. Glendening has premiered numerous works for trombone including Joseph Klein's Pathways: Opposing Forces for trombone and orchestra and Marc Satterwhite's Chamber Concerto No. 2 for alto trombone and orchestra.
June 22 - 25, 1995
November 13, 1994, 8 PM
November 17, 1994, 7:30 PM
November 8, 1994