A concert of nasty and unpleasant electronic sounds and images — performed live! The grand finale will be an open performance of Terry Riley’s “In C” for laptop orchestra. Bring your computer to the concert and join in.
Clark Arts would like to invite you to attend/participate in a concert in Razzo Hall this Friday @ 7:30pm — tech support starts at 6pm in the Melville Lobby.
The theme will be works that involve glitch and live coding. Live coding, sometimes called “on-the-fly” programming, is a performance practice that presents improvised, interactive computer programming, often used to create sound and images,usually with projection for everyone to follow along.
The big finale will be an audience-participation performance of Terry Riley’s classic minimalism work “In C” arranged for laptop orchestra. Download the software + instructions here and bring your laptop to the concert. Please follow the instructions and install this on your machine – if you have a laptop.
The concert, at 7:30 p.m., will feature music by Fenn Macon, Jasper Boyd and Scott Barton, as well as this audience-participatory version of “In C.”