This profile concert of music by acclaimed composer Judith Shatin will feature a mix of digital and electroacoustic music performed by Bay Area members of the adventuresome Wild Rumpus New Music Collective, including Joanne de Mars (cello), David Wegehaupt (saxophone) and Sophie Huet (clarinet). The concert will present Hosech Al P’ney Hatehom (Darkness Upon the Face of the Deep – solo electronics), For The Birds (cello and electronics), Cherry Blossom and a Wrapped Thing; After Hokusai (clarinet and electronics), Penelope’s Song (amplified viola and electronics), and Tape Music∞ (for an indefinite number of performers playing an indefinite number of packing products such as duct tape, packing tape, and much more, also with electronics).
Judith Shatin's colorful and dramatic music has been called ‘… highly inventive music on every level: hugely enjoyable and deeply involving, with a constant sense of surprise…” by The Washington Post. She is William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Music at the University of Virginia. After the concert: conversation with the audience.

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Sunday, March 8, 2015, 4:00am to 6:00am