Schedule

Concert 1 – Thursday 7:30pm, Pollard 304

Becky Brown – I want ___ please
Anne Neikirk – Lung Ta (Adam Vidiksis)
John Thompson – Electrotactile Maps
Leah Reid – Ring, Resonate, Resound
Marissa Dipronio – Smaller Oceans (Tony Steve & Adam Vidiksis)
Thomas Dempster – Congaree Voices
Carter John Rice – Acousmagic

Concert 2 – Friday 10:30am, Pollard 304

Haerim Seok – Behind the Flute
Ken Davies – Twitter Rhapsody
Ryan Carter – On the limits of a system and the consequences of my decisions (Keith Kirchoff)
Galina Belolipetski – Enveloped
Jesse Guessford – CPL (Theresa Steward)
Peter Hulen – Diptych (Michael Morley)

Concert 3 – Friday 1:30pm, HCC Digital Auditorium

George Brunner – The Call
Andrew Sigler – Parenthetical
Monroe Golden – Vestiges (Tony Steve)
Tony Steve – You Are My Agenda (Tony Steve)
Samuel Wells – Light is Like Water

Concert 4 – Friday 3pm, Pollard 304

Keith Kirchoff – Irrational Rationalities (SPLICE)
Christopher Cook – The Blue Marble
James Caldwell – Texturologie 20: Plain Bob (Margaret Jones)
Chris Chandler – in shadow in shade (Keith Kirchoff)
Neil Flory – wilderness/entropy
Xian Wang – Baetylus

Concert 5 – Friday 4:30pm, HCC Digital Auditorium

Janis Mercer – Alphabet (Tony Steve & Adam Vidiksis)
Richard Johnson – Socavino
Stephen Hennessey – The Louse Dreams
Ronald Keith Parks – Afterimages 3 (Tony Steve)
Jacob Schlaerth – Scribbles
Julius Bucsis – Stories from an Alien Planet
Daniel Eichenbaum – if your boy leads
Tanner Upthegrove – The Galileo Project

Concert 6 – Friday 7:30pm, Pollard 304

Jason Bolte – Swish-Swoosh
Nina C. Young – Metal Works (Theresa Steward)
Mike McFerron – Six Short Studies
Linda Antas – Meru: Tracing Earth
Rodney Waschka III – A Portrait of Stephanie Spencer
Jeff Herriott – Trio
Chris Biggs – A Letter to the Moon (SPLICE)

Friday After-hours, Eyeclopes

Julius Bucsis
Dave Watkins
Paul Leary
Empathy Box (Maxwell Tfirn)
Null Set (Jon Bellonna)
Andrew Walters
PhEAD (Ryan Olivier and Andrew Litts)
University of Tennessee Electroacoustic Ensemble

Concert 7 – Saturday 10:30am, HCC Digital Auditorium

Steven Kemper – Lament (Wayla Chambo)
Nicole Carroll – Of the Moon, Under the Moon (Sam Wells)
Jeffrey Hass – Labyrinths
Mark Phillips – Action/Reaction/Expansion
Jennifer Bernard Merkowitz – Les Crapauds de La Fontaine (Andrea Cheeseman)

Concert 8 – Saturday 1:30pm, Pollard 304

David Taddie – Tracer (Keith Kirchoff)
Joshua Harris – Aubade (Wayla Chambo)
Bradford Blackburn – <WOW>
Chris Arrell – Video 65
Madelyn Byrne – Northern Flight (Theresa Steward)
Austin O’Rourke – Memory Aberration

Concert 9 – Saturday 3pm, HCC Digital Auditorium

Ben Broening – Twilight Shift (Wayla Chambo)
Andrew Hannon – Two Lost Loves (Andrea Cheeseman?)
Travis Garrison – New Directions in Automotive Maintenance
Aurie Hsu – breath across song (Wayla Chambo)
Mark Zaki – no one can hear you dream
Jay Batzner – Dunes

Concert 10 – Saturday 4:30pm, Pollard 304

Eric Honour – Murmurations on Palestrina
Jerod Sommerfeldt – Strong Back, Soft Front
Chin Ting Chan – time, forward (Theresa Steward)
Mark Zanter – Agitato
Dave Watkins – Tentacles

Concert 11 – Saturday 7:30pm, HCC Digital Auditorium

Michael James Olson – Along the North Shore (Tony Steve)
John Nichols III – The Pillar (Adam Vidiksis)
Mya Payne – House
Tim Reed – “…that road is narrow…” (Margaret Jones)
Jorge Variego – 60 Bandos 60
Brian Sears – Live in the moment; Live in the breath (Sam Wells)
Melika M. Fitzhugh – Virgil: Audiit
Mark Snyder – INtimate Window

Saturday After-hours, Eyeclopes

Robin Cox
Ricky Graham
Eric Sheffield and Anna Weisling
bell monks
Blood Moon
l’Artiste Ordinaire (David Morneau and Melissa Grey)
Christopher Jette
BEEP

Paper Sessions, HCC Room 328

Paper I, 9:30am Friday: Deovides Reyes – The Acoustic Music of Mario Davidovsky
Paper II, 9:30am Saturday: David Morneau –  Vintage Machines Workshop
Paper III, 6:45pm Saturday: Paul Leary – Max 7 Composition and Performance App Suite

Comments ( 2 )

  1. Jackie

    I would like to bring a group of homeschoolers with an interest in electronic music. Could you recommend a concert or two, which is family friendly and would hold young people's attention? Thanks!

    • admin

      Hi Jackie, It's been a while since judging but I don't remember anything that was objectionable. I would think any of the concerts would be captivating and I'll double check for family friendliness! Mark

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