Music by Different Means (2013)

This performance will feature works that are the product of a wide array of compositional means. Time cycles, amplification, multi-media, computer assisted composition, and live sound processing serve as the primary method of music production. With the exception of the opening work by John Cage, the remainder of the works are compositions by composers currently based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. 

John Cage: In a Landscape 
Eleanor Wong, harp

Christopher Biggs: Externalities    
Zachary Boyt, cello

Adam Lenz: L'évadé     
Peter Breithaupt, amplified friction sounds

Valeria Jonard: Envy    
Abderrahman Anzaldua, violin 

Andrew Maxbauer: For Percussion     
Andrew Maxbauer, percussion

Adam Lenz and Andrew Maxbauer, artistic directors 
Christopher Biggs, technology director 

Admission for this event is free.

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