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October 20, 2011
Time:8:30-9:30 p.m.
Description:Composer Ellen Fullman performs pieces for the Long String Instrument as part of the Music in Architecture - Architecture in Music Symposium. The performance features Fullman both solo and with the Austin New Music Coop.

Fullman will premiere her work, "Tracings," in the magnificent Battle Hall. The new work, composed specifically for the historic hall, repurposes ratios found in the design of the building to produce justly tuned musical intervals. Designed by architect Cass Gilbert and completed in 1911, the structure not only projects itself onto the music but will provide a wonderful acoustic environment for Fullman's strange and beautiful instrument.

Joining Fullman for the performance are NMC musicians Brent Fariss (contrabass), Nick Hennies (percussion), Andrew Stoltz (overtone guitar designed by Arnold Dreyblatt) and Travis Weller (playing his custom string instrument "The Owl").
Location:Battle Hall (BTL), Architecture and Planning Library Reading Room
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Martha P Gonzalez Palacios | 512-495-4645
Sponsor:The Center for Architecture and Design, Butler School of Music and UT Libraries
Admission:Free and open to the public
Categories:Concert, Everyone, Performance
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