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2nd Annual Santa Fe International Festival of Electro-Acoustic

Philly the Kid (apriori@slip.net)
Fri, 20 Mar 1998 16:31:09 -0800

>>From apriori Wed Mar 18 14:42:02 1998
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>Subject: 2nd Annual Santa Fe International Festival of Electro-Acoustic Music
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>Hello all,
> After some delay, the final program for the 2nd Annual Santa Fe
>International Festival of Electro-Acoustic Music (SFIFEM) has been set.
>The festival program is as follows:
>
>Friday, April 3
> 1) 7: 30 p.m. - Opening reception for invited guests, followed by tape
> music concert of submitted works from around the world. (Final
> Selections TBA **)
>Saturday, April 4
> 1A) 2 - 3 p.m. - Talk by Steven Miller on the history and
>development of
> tape music.
> 1B) 3:30 p.m. - Concert of tape music from David Mahler's newly
>released
> 'Voice of the Poet' CD (Artifact Recordings).
> 2) 8 p.m. - Concert of live electronic music featuring NM-based
> improvisers.
> J. A. Deane - trombone, flute, live electronics
> Steve Peters - instruments & live electronics
> Michael Kott - cello & live electronics
> Shawn Lee, Aaron MacDonald, Greg Moser - tape & live
> electronics
>Sunday, April 5
> 1A) 2 - 3 p.m. - Talk by invited guest Chris Mann on music, sound
>& the
> spoken/written word.
> 1B) 3:30 p.m. - Concert of tape music from the newly released 'Frog
> Peak/Chris Mann Collaborations' CD (Frog Peak Music).
> 2) 8 p.m. - Concert of live electronic music from submitted works &
> invited guests from throughout the US.
> Clay Chaplin, Los Angeles CA - live computer
> Brian Belet, San Jose CA - live computer
> Jim Mobberley/Keith Benjamin, Kansas City MO -
>trumpet &
> tape
> Robbie Hunsinger, Chicago IL - oboe & electronics
> Tom Lopez, Austin TX - soprano & tape
> Kojiro Umezaki, Hanover NH - shakuhachi & live
>computer
> Douglas Repetto, Hanover NH - live computer
>
>All above events will take place in the CMP's T-39W building on the CSF
>campus.
>
>Sunday, March 29 - Sunday, April 5
> Continuous outdoor ambient sound installation by David Dunn & Steven
> Miller in the CMP courtyard
>
>Ticket prices:
>Daily
> Friday Free
> Saturday $10.00
> Sunday $10.00
>Festival pass $15.00
>
>contact info:
> Steven M. Miller
> The College of Santa Fe
> 1600 St. Michael's Drive
> Santa Fe NM 87505
> (505) 473-6197
> cmp@unix.nets.com
> (stay tuned for announcement of the SFIFEM web page)
>
>** Final selection of tape music for concert & possible broadcast(s) will
>be made from the following submissions:
> yeeOn lo - USA/China
> Linda Antas - USA
> Dennis Miller - USA
> David Stout - USA
> John Richey - USA
> Jeff Abell - USA
> Mary Lee A. Roberts - USA
> Doug Dawson - USA
> Carter Scholz - USA
> Maggi Payne - USA
> Bill Alves - USA
> Samual Pellman - USA
> William Meadows - USA
> Benjamin Thigpen - USA
> Anna Rubin - USA
> Robert Frank - USA
> Marcel Wierckx - Canada
> Martin Gotfrit - Canada
> John Drever - England
> Douglas Doherty - England
> Pete Stollery - Scotland
> Eduardo Reck Miranda - Scotland/Brazil
> Patrick Dorobisz - France
> Blas Payri - France
> Elsa Justel - France
> Roland Cahen - France
> Sibylle Pomerin - Germany
> Rasmus B. Lunding - Denmark
> Ricardo Dal Farra - Argentina
>
>------------------------------------------------------------
>Steven M. Miller - Asst. Chair, Performing Arts Department
>for Contemporary Music
>Asst. Professor of Contemporary Music
>
>The College of Santa Fe email: cmp@unix.nets.com
>1600 St. Michael's Drive telp: (505) 473-6197
>Santa Fe, NM 87505 fax: (505) 473-6021
>USA http://www.csf.edu/perfart/steven.html
>