Film, Video Forum on Artists and Technology

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Forum on Artists and Technology
A public presentation by composers Steve Antosca and Roger Reynolds, moderated by Professor Thomas DeLio from the University of Maryland, College Park. This event is part of Changes: Seasons, a spring 2010 series of lectures, workshops, forums and performances focusing on current and historical trends in the use of technology in music, as well as the role that performance spaces play in the dissemination of music, art and technology.
Event Date
March 03, 2010
-  Thomas DeLio is an American experimental music composer, music theorist and author. He is currently Professor of Music in theory and composition at the University of Maryland in College Park.
-  Roger Reynolds is a composer and professor at UC San Diego.
-  Steve Antosca is a composer and computer musician and artistic director for the VERGE ensemble.
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Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes 30 seconds
Online Format

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