EABD 2020

The Division of Music at Jacksonville University  is pleased to host the Tenth Annual Electroacoustic Barn Dance, a three-day festival of electronic music and art, to be held November 5-7, 2020 virtually. All concerts can be viewed from the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts channel, or the Electroacoustic Barn Dance YouTube and Facebook Channels. Concert programs can be accessed from the menu or the schedule page by clicking on the concert or after hours title you want to see. Facebook Live Streams can be also be accessed on the schedule page by clicking on the date and time.

This year’s festival will feature the works of Anthony Anurca, Linda Antas, Flannery Cunningham, Brittany J. Green, Kerry Hagan & Miller Puckette, Kay He, Caroline Miller, Taylor Neal, Mark Phillips, Mark Snyder, Karen Tanaka, Kirsten Volness and Nina C. Young.

We are fortunate to have an incredible group of performers this year that include Lilit Hartunian, Jackie Glazier, Sam Wells, Ashleigh Gordon, Anthony R. Green, Karen Benda, Jason Roland Smith, Lisa Ford Moulton, Travis Gatling, Jill Bateman, Keith Newman, Beth Wesche, Erin Busch, Ania Vu, the Higgs whatever, Rebecca R. Levy, Nick Photinos and Q&K

To top it all off, we get to enjoy after hours performances by Taylor Neal, Elizabeth Hoffman, gamin, D. Carlton Bright, Sofy Yuditskaya, Daniel Neumann , Lu-Han Li, How Things Are Made, Brian Riordan, Paul Leary, Jeff Herriott, Nick Hwang, Anthony T. Marasco, Eric Sheffield, Anna Weisling, Joo Won Park, Anthony Anurca, Thomas Ciufo, John Godfrey, Karen Power, Jane Rigler, Michael James Olson 

The Electroacoustic Barn Dance strives to create a balanced event of contemporary electroacoustic music from the diverse range of composers and presenters who submit, regardless of the age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or nationality of the composer or presenter.

The Division of Music at Jacksonville University fosters a community of engaged performers, pedagogues and entrepreneurs within the framework of the liberal arts setting.  Our students and faculty are critical thinkers, collaborative artists and community ambassadors.  We prepare our students (pre-professionals) for life long success in the evolving field of music in the 21st Century.