SCREAM 2004


Subject: SCREAM 2004
From: Barry Schrader (ls@barryschrader.com)
Date: Sun Nov 07 2004 - 05:03:50 EST


SCREAM 2004 celebrates the 20th Anniversary of SEAMUS (Society for
Electroacoustic Music in the United States) at California Institute for the
Arts (CalArts) and the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT). Events
include world premieres by Anne LeBaron and Barry Schrader at REDCAT.

SCREAM 2004 Live/Electroacoustic Music from CalArts

SCREAM 2004
Tuesday, November 9, at 8:30 p.m.
REDCAT
General admission: $20, Students, CalArts staff/faculty, and Alumni Affinity
Card holders: $16, CalArts students: $10

http://calarts.edu/redcat/season/20042005/mus/scream.html

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of SEAMUS (Society for
Electroacoustic Music in the United States), SCREAM (The Southern California
Resource for Electroacoustic Music) presents two events. On Tuesday,
November 9, SCREAM will perform at REDCAT. On Saturday, November 20, CalArts
will present a SCREAM Listening Room event. Electroacoustic music involves
both acoustic instruments and electronic technology. At REDCAT, SCREAMıS
anniversary event features live electroacoustic works by CalArts faculty
members including world premieres by Anne LeBaron and Barry Schrader, and
works by David Rosenboom, James Tenney and Mark Trayle. Analog performers
include clarinetist William Powell, violinist Eric Clark, August Friscia on
piano and other guests.

The concert spans the decades with works ranging from James Tenneyıs Phases
and Instrumental Responses from the early 1960s to the world premieres of
LeBaronıs The Left Side of Time and Schraderıs First Spring. David Rosenboom
will play his new composition for trumpet with live electronic signal
processing. Shraderıs 1999 composition, Five Arabesques, features clarinet
and electronic sounds and Mark Trayle will perform, Black Stripe, his
composition for credit cards and video.

SCREAM was created by Barry Schrader in 1986. It is a loose consortium of
colleges and universities in the Los Angeles area that offer programs in
electroacoustic music. For many years, SCREAM presented concerts and
broadcasts of electroacoustic music sponsored by the member institutions.
SCREAM currently curates a series of programs that present the latest work
in the field to Southern California. SCREAM is funded by an ongoing grant
from California Institute of the Arts, which makes these concerts possible.

SEAMUS, The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States is a
national organization for composers of electro-acoustic music. Each
November, SEAMUS sponsors SEAMUS Electro-Acoustic Music Month, encouraging a
variety of concerts and broadcasts of electro-acoustic music. SCREAM 2004 is
proud to be part of SEAMUS Electro-Acoustic Music Month. For information on
SEAMUS, go to http://www.seamusonline.org/.

SCREAM 2004
Tuesday, November 9 at 8:30 p.m.
General admission: $20, Students, CalArts staff/faculty, and Alumni Affinity
Card holders: $16, CalArts students: $10
REDCAT is located at 631 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles, at the corner of 2nd
and Hope Streets in the Walt Disney Concert Hall complex in downtown Los
Angeles.
For Information call the REDCAT box office at 213-237-2800.

The nation's first art institute to offer BFAs and MFAs in both the visual
and performing arts, CalArts is dedicated to training and nurturing the next
generation of professional artists, fostering brilliance and innovation
within the broadest context possible. Emphasis is placed on new and
experimental work and students are admitted solely on the basis of artistic
ability. To encourage innovation and experimentation, CalArts' six schools -
Art, Critical Studies, Dance, Film/Video, Music and Theater - are all housed
under one roof in one unique, five-story building with the equivalent of 11
acres of square footage in Valencia, California, just 30 minutes north of
downtown Los Angeles.

REDCAT is a technologically advanced black box performance space, 3,000
square foot art gallery and lounge located within the Walt Disney Concert
Hall Complex in downtown Los Angeles. It is a natural extension of CalArts,
an institution that has been long known for challenging artistic traditions
and enabling young artists to learn from - but also question - some of the
worldıs top practitioners in each artistic discipline. This same spirit of
heightened cultural and civic discourse is what brings REDCAT to life.

Please excuse cross postings.



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