Live Stage: Penta Locus

penta_locus.jpgPenta Locus: A Live Concert from Five Universities Around the World :: November 20, 2011; 12:00 – 1:30 pm :: Free admission. Live audience from these cities are all welcome.

Penta Locus extends a history of networking music education at five universities for a concert of new telematic music pieces by students and faculty. The concert builds on 2010 Tri Locus between University of California San Diego, New York University, and Stanford University, and past work with Queens University Belfast, Concordia University, and Hamburg Hochschule of Music.

University of California, San Diego 12:00 pm PST
9500 Gilman Drive
Conrad Prebys Experimental Theatre (CPMC 122)
UC San Diego.
La Jolla, CA

Mark Dresser, Director, Bass, Jason Ponce, Technical Director, Kyle Blair, Piano, Joe Cantrell, Electronic & tabletop guitar, Torrance Carroll, Technology, Michael Cheng, Technology, Drew Ceccato, Winds, Yeung-Ping Chen, Clarinet, Tiffany Du Mouchelle, Voice, Adam Goodwin, Bass, Yvette Jackson, Trumpet, Bonnie Lander, Voice, Samuel Nacach, Technology, Luke Oskam, Technology, Conductor, Kjell Nordeson, Percussion, Alex Segal, Technology, Stephen Solook, Percussion, Kendall Tice, Technology

New York University 3:00 pm EST
35 W. 4th Street, 6th Floor.
Music Composition Program, Music Technology Program,
Steinhardt School.
New York City, NY

Sarah Weaver, Director, Conductor, Chris Cappozzoli, Technology, Allen Fogelsanger, Piano/Laptop, Phillip Mayer, Trombone, Andy McBeath, Percussion/Drumset, Sonia Megias Lopez, Voice, Conductor, Anna Morris, Woodwinds, Timothy O’Hara, Bass, Glen Saldanha, Technology, Lee Salevan, Technology, Tyler Sawyer, Technology, Ian Shafer, Oboe

Concordia University 3:00 pm EST
Concordia University, Music Department
1450 Guy Street (John Molson Building)
8th floor, room MB8.245 (EA classroom)
Montreal QC

Eldad Tsabary, Director, Conductor, Michael Baker, Laptop, Joe Browne, Laptop, Alexis Franco, Laptop, Ivo Tobin Lippold, Laptop, Marco Liy, Laptop, Marek Madej, Laptop, Greg Marino, Laptop, Patrick McDowall, Laptop, Kris McDougall, Laptop, Michael Palumbo, Laptop, Evan Stepanian, Laptop, Stephen Trepanier, Laptop, Patrick Valiquet, Laptop, Jamie Woollard, Laptop

Queens University Belfast 8:00 pm GMT
Sonic Arts Resource Centre
4 Cloreen Park

Pedro Rebelo, Director, Franziska Schroeder, Director, Saxophone, Felipe Hickmann, Technology, Emily Robertson, Piano, Robert Casey, Piano, Adam Brown, Tuba, Steve Davis, Drums

Hamburg Hochschule of Music 9:00 pm CET

Georg Hajdu, Director, Technology, Konstantina Orlandatou, Accordion, Piano, Technology, Organisation, Daniel Dominguez, Electronics, Florian Vitez, Electronics & Fender Rhodes, Xiao Fu, Video & Guqin, Jiaying Lu, Violin

Mark Dresser and Sarah Weaver

Audio Networking Director:
Felipe Hickmann

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