Subject: 60x60
From: Prof. Malone (dmalone@roosevelt.edu)
Date: Mon Nov 07 2005 - 13:00:23 EST

Roosevelt university is pleased to present the Midwest premier of the
Third Annual 60x60 international mix.
60 pieces on fixed media.
By 60 different composers from around the world.
Each less than 60 seconds long.
Saturday November 12th, 7:30pm
Ganz Hall (room 745)
Roosevelt University
430 S. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605
More dmalone@roosevelt.edu or cwhite@roosevelt.edu
Concert also includes works by Barton McLean Rob Voisey , George Brunner and
Don Malone.

"If you get bored quickly or have A.D.D., 60x60 features 60 back-to-back
pieces that are each under 60 seconds long, each by a different modern
composer. 60-second abstract silent films accompany many of the works. It's
like channel surfing through experimental music-and its all over in an hour
or less." - Geeta Dayal, Village Voice March 16-22, 2005 Vol. L NO. 11


 "Not since John Cage's "Indeterminacy" has the flow of time from one minute
to the next been so significant. " - Doug Cohen


 "Andy Warhol gave us fifteen minutes to bask in glory, but Rob Voisey has
cut to the chase: state your case in 60 seconds or less. I love the 60 x 60
project and have encouraged my friends and colleagues to join in its
celebration of compact clarity. 60 x 60 is a musical equivalent of having
someone stick a microphone into your face at a party. Do you have something
to say? If so, then say it now, and be quick about it. It isn't often that
we have the opportunity to confront our angels and demons head on." - Noah

Please forward to all who may be interested.

happy tunes
don malone

it takes all of us

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