Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University Friday, April 12, 2013
Friday, April 12
The theme of Roosevelt University’s first-ever Chicago Electro-Acoustic Music Festival is Integration. The festival’s featured guest artist is composer Judith Shatin, whose residency at Roosevelt includes master classes, a seminar, and performances.
CCPA Student Composition Concert
Discover new works for instruments and electronics written by CCPA students on the theme of Integration, as part of Roosevelt University’s Chicago Electro-Acoustic Music Festival.
Chicago Electro-Acoustic Music Festival Concert Finale featuring the CCPA Conservatory Chorale
Mark Crayton, conductor
The festival finale concert features works by Judith Shatin, including I am Rose for choir and electronics, For the Birds for cello and electronics, and music by Chicago-based composers Mike McFerron, Timothy Edwards, Kotoka Suzuki, Timothy Johnson, and Kyong Mee Choi, plus the winner of the CCPA Student Electro-Acoustic Music Composition Competition.