NONSEQUITUR / WAYWARD MUSIC SERIES presents:

The Last Minute

An evening of electroacoustic music and digital video by Seattle-based composers Donald Craig, Douglas Niemela, Joshua Parmenter, Pete Moss, and Ewa Trebacz.

WHEN:
November 16, 2011, 7:30pm

WHERE:
The Chapel Performance Space
at the Good Shepherd Center
Fourth Floor
4649 Sunnyside Ave. North, Seattle
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Please join us for a concert of works by University of Washington alumni and students associated with the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) and the University of Washington School of Music.

The concert will include a digital video work Symphony By Numbers by Donald Craig and three surround sound pieces: Risonanza for computer-realized sound by Joshua Parmenter, Heat for computer-realized sound by Pete Moss, and Minotaur for horn and surround sound by Ewa Trebacz, with horn player Josiah Boothby. It will also include two works for viola and computer-realized sound: Retro by Douglas Niemela, and a new work by Donald Craig titled November 16, featuring violist Brianna Atwell.

The concert is part of the Wayward Music Series, sponsored by Nonsequitur. Nonsequitur and a consortium of affiliated organizations and artists present this concert series of adventurous experimental music ten times per month. The artists wish to thank these groups for the opportunity to use this concert space.

Tickets: suggested $5 donations (optional), available at the door.

Donald Craig
Symphony By Numbers
(2009) Digital Video

November 16 (2011)
Viola and computer-realized sound
Douglas Niemela
Retro (2008)
Viola and Live Computer
Joshua Parmenter
Risonanza (2009)
Computer-realized sound and resonance
Pete Moss
Heat (2011)
Computer-realized sound
Ewa Trebacz
Minotaur
(2005, revised 2011)
Horn and surround sound

Brianna Atwell
Viola - November 16, Retro