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“…fused into music…”

Peabody Computer Music Consort presents: “…fused into music…”

See Peabody’s Leith Symington Griswold Hall transformed like never before, with performances of electro-acoustic works featuring Peabody faculty artists, alumni, and special guests from the Conservatory and beyond.

Spectacles include Virtual Reality, Oculus Rift and Leap Motion Controller and other new custom instruments, improvisation, 8.1 surround sound, video, ecological acoustics, and much more.

Bloom (2009) – Alexandra Gardner
Peter Kibbe, violoncello

Aldebaran (1972) – Jean Eichelberger Ivey (1923-2010)
Maria Lambros, viola and electronics

Midway Inlet (2006) – McGregor Boyle
Gary Louie, saxophone and interactive electronics

Submersive(s) – Michael Formanek/Edwin Huet
Michael Formanek, double bass
Edwin Kenzo Huet, live electronics, 8.1 channel surround 

Carillon (2015) – Rob Hamilton/Chris Platz
Rob Hamilton, Oculus Rift, Leap Motion Controller.

Philomel (1964) – Milton Babbitt (1916-2011)
Text by John Hollander
Ah Young Hong, soprano

frostbYte: Chalk Outline – Daniel Blinkhorn (ecological sonics and video)
Chryssie Nanou, piano
This event is free, tickets required. Please contact the Peabody Box Office for tickets.


The Peabody Computer Music Consort

The Peabody Computer Music Consort

5:00pm Corcoran Gallery of Art

500 17th St. NW, Washington, D.C.
$12, $8 for members

Ruckamuck Mark Wingate / Christopher Theophanides
Nightfall: The Lookout McGregor Boyle
Kelly Boyle, EWI
Nocturnes Geoffrey Wright
Catherine Keem, soprano
Landfall II: Flaming Skull McGregor Boyle
McGregor Boyle, MIDI Guitar
“…does the spring come to a lost land…” Charles Kim
Hyuna Yu, soprano

Computer Music Consort


Computer Music Consort

8:00pm Maryland Science Center

Baltimore, Maryland

The Peabody Computer Music Consort performed for a full house at the Maryland Science Center’s IMAX Theater on November 10, 1999. Among the pieces performed was a multimedia composition by Ye Sung Lee entitled Der Wanderer. This piece was the result of a collaborative effort between Ye Sung and students from the Maryland Institute College of Art.