2005 International Electro-Acoustic Music Festival

November 1 – 3, 2005
Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music

George Brunner, Artistic Director

The 2005 International Electro-Acoustic Music Featival at Brooklyn College will feature three evenings of electro-acoustic and intermedia works from around the world. Under the direction of George Brunner, the festival will take place from Tuesday, Nov. 1, to Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005.

All events are free.

Tuesday, November 1

1:30 p.m., 250 Gershwin Hall
Steven Takasugi at the Brooklyn College Center for Computer Music

7 p.m., Levenson Hall
Electro-Acoustic Music Composed by Brooklyn College Music Composition Students
Featuring compositions by D. Edward Davis, Alfredo Marin, Yoni Niv and Zachary Seldess. Video by special guest artist Andy Graydon.

Wednesday, November 2

7 p.m., Levenson Hall
SØNREEL with Doug Geers and Maja Cerar
Plus new works by David Grubbs, Robert Fanelli and John Jannone.

Thursday, November 3

2 p.m., Levenson Hall
Noah Creshevsky at the Brooklyn College Composers' Forum

7 p.m., Klavierhaus, 211 West 58 Street, New York, N.Y.
Noah Creshevsky 60th Birthday Celebration
Performances by Vahagn Avetisyan (piano), Dennis Bathory-Kitsz (voice), Thomas Buckner (baritone) and Beth Griffith (soprano). Compositions by Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, George Brunner, Douglas Cohen, Noah Creshevsky, David Gunn, Michael Kinney, Tania Leon, Virgil Thomson, Robert Voisey and Amnon Wolman.

More Information

P: 718.951.5000, ext. 2896
Conservatory of Music Website