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October 20, 2011
Time:6-8 p.m.
Description:"Theater of the Imagination" is a multimedia composition based on the work of Cecil Balmond. Presented as part of the Music in Architecture - Architecture in MusicSymposium.

The primary images, video and animation elements are derived from a variety of Balmond??s oeuvre. The musical materials are influenced by the intervals and patterns of Byzantine Chant, Barty?k??s axial tonal structures and the prime numbers 2, 3, 5 and 7. The visual/musical form is designed in 5 movements, each based on a fundamental architectural/geometrical shape: line, circle, quadrilateral, polygon and arch. The score calls for 5 vocal soloists, a 31-voice choir, five percussionists, a Steiner Electronic Valve Instrument (EVI) and two computer/video/MIDI operators.
Location:Rainey Hall (HRH), Jessen Auditorium
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Butler School of Music General Information: 512-471-5401
Sponsor:Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music
Categories:Everyone, Performance
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