CALARTS CONCERTS A SCREAM COMPOSERS TO SOUND OUT CREDIT CARD STRIPES, IMAGES FROM SATELLITES.
Byline: Daily News
VALENCIA - The California Institute of the Arts California Institute of the Arts
known as CalArts
U.S. private institution of higher learning in Valencia. Created in 1961 through the merger of two other art institutes, it was the first in the U.S. School of Music will host the SCREAM 2000 concert, with a range of new music by composers and CalArts faculty, on Friday at the Roy O. Disney Roy Oliver Disney (June 24, 1893–December 20, 1971, aged 78) was, with his younger brother Walt Disney, co-founder of what is now The Walt Disney Company. Roy served as the company's chief executive officer (1929–1971)-though title name wasn't given until 1968-, Music Hall on campus.
This year's SCREAM - Southern California Southern California, also colloquially known as SoCal, is the southern portion of the U.S. state of California. Centered on the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego, Southern California is home to nearly 24 million people and is the nation's second most populated region, Resource for Electro-Acoustic Music - will feature new music with real-time and prerecorded pre·re·cord
tr.v. pre·re·cord·ed, pre·re·cord·ing, pre·re·cords
To record (a television program, for example) at an earlier time for later presentation or use.
Adj. 1. electronics by composers David Bradfield, Tom Flaherty, Rodney Oakes, Bernardo Feldman, and CalArts faculty members Barry Schrader and Mark Trayle.
Performances will range from Bradfield's ``Earth's Vital Signs,'' with sounds generated from processed satellite images, to Trayle's ``Capital Magnetic,'' which explores the musical possibilities of the credit card by treating the data encoded on the cards' magnetic stripes as a kind of musical DNA DNA: see nucleic acid.
or deoxyribonucleic acid
One of two types of nucleic acid (the other is RNA); a complex organic compound found in all living cells and many viruses. It is the chemical substance of genes. .
The program will also feature a film, ``Paris is a Woman,'' by CalArts School of Film and Video alumna Janeann Dill.
The SCREAM concert series was initiated by Schrader, a member of the composition faculty of the School of Music and founder of SEAMUS SEAMUS Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States , the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) is a nonprofit US based organization founded in 1984 which aims to promote electro-acoustic music. .
Schrader's compositions for tape, dance, film, video, multimedia, live/electro-acoustic combinations and real-time computer performances have been presented throughout the world.
Tonight, the music school will present the fourth concert in its Chamber Music Wednesday series at 8 p.m. in the Disney hall. ``From the French to the Brahms Clarinet Quintet'' will be performed.
The chamber music program is a presentation of the CalArts faculty and advanced student musicians and features members of the New Century Players. Tonight's performance will cross the centuries and will include traditional and experimental music.
Both concerts are free and open to the public. CalArts is at 24700 McBean Parkway, Valencia.
For information about programs at CalArts, call (661) 253-7832.