Music From Mills Classes, Spring Term
Wednesday, May 5, 2021 | 8:00 PM PDT
Presented by Mills College Music Department and Center for Contemporary Music
All Music From Mills Classes events are free and open to the public.
This semester, all events are being hosted online.
Undergraduate and graduate students at Mills present their recent works using voltage controlled synthesis, one of the foundational methods of electronic music making. Most works were created on the legendary Moog IIIP analog synthesizer at the Center for Contemporary Music. All noise, accidents, and performance techniques were welcome.
Taught by Kaori Suzuki
CMY: Sonidos de los Colores Sustractivos (7:00)
Moog IIIP, voice
Pomeroy Convo (7:00)
Moog IIIP, cassette tapes; Recorded live (no edits)
space jam (4:38)
Moog IIIP, Mouth Harp, Voice; Performed live at Mills College Greek Theatre
Moog IIIP, Interviews (Mills Studio Art MFA students)
Leaks Voltage (5:56)
SeE SaW (4:19)
Moog IIIP, Moog Model 15; video collage by yinyin
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