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A Conversation with Lanier Sammons on Indiscipline

  Thom Pease Talks with
Lanier Sammons on "Indiscipline"
on The Listening Room
Wednesday April 20, 2011, 7pm


Indiscipline is an evening of collaboration between music and science, which includes premiere performances featuring multi-media galactic exploration, recordings of and sonic responses to the ecology of Shenandoah National Park, algorithmic interpretations of organic processes, the sounds of coral, reflections on life on the Autism Spectrum, and much more. With instrumental performances by Charlottesville University Symphony Orchestra principals Tasha Warren (clarinet), Adam Carter (cello), and I-Jen Fang (percussion), as well as cutting edge electronic sounds and video. The event is supported by the Jefferson Scholars Foundation, the McIntire Department of Music, and the Virginia Center for Computer Music. It will be held Thursday, April 21, 2011 at 8 pm, at the Sanctuary at The Haven, 112 Market St., in Charlottesville. Admission is free.

WTJU’s Thom Pease is talking to composer Lanier Sammons tonight on the Listening Room at 7 pm about this event.

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