Resonance Works presents Electroacoustic Entymology
Resonance Works Pittsburgh's Virtual Chamber Series launches on Saturday, September 12 at 7:30 PM EDT with "Electroacoustic Entymology", a flute recital exploring bugs in computers, people, and nature!
Whether we experience a computer glitch, catch an unexpected illness, or encounter insects in nature, bugs are all around us. Featuring works by living American composers Evan Williams, Mara Helmuth, and Elainie Lillios, these electroacoustic pieces explore computer coding, cancer recovery, and fields of lightning bugs through the intersection of the ancient flute and modern technology.
Purchase your ticket for $9.00 on the Resonance Works website to receive a link to the video recital, and leave a donation of your choice to support me. Watch the video premiere at 7:30 PM EDT on September 12, then participate in a live question and answer session with artistic director Maria Sensi Sellner and me via Zoom at 8:00 PM EDT!
Can't watch during the premiere? Your ticket entitles you to on-demand viewing of the recital and the Q&A session to watch at your convenience for through December 12, so that you can enjoy the program on your schedule. Watch the trailer to get the scoop!