40/50/80 Events

October 26th, 2014, presented in partnership with the Bay Area Science Festival and Stanford’s Office of Science Outreach

All events will be live streamed. See embedded window below, or visit http://www.ustream.tv/channel/triple-ccrmalite

Bing Concert Hall 327 Lasuen Street, Stanford CA 94305

1:30 PM Lobby: Science Showcase

2:30 PM Main Hall: Concert

Program (order subject to change):
Turenas – Chowning (arr. for live performance by Pottier)
Resonant Sound Spaces – Risset
Duet for one pianist: Three Études – Risset
Miniatures, in homage to John Chowning/CCRMA – Various
Ring, Resonate, Resound – Reid (première)


Lanzon: Echoes – Cook
I’m Late – Schottstaedt
Shimmer, Tree – Suzuki (in memoriam, Jonathan Harvey)
Voices – Chowning

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5:15 PM Memorial Auditorium Steps

Polartide – Chafe, Niemeyer (a work for audience and carillon with crowd-controlled tempo. (http://www.polartide.org/) Tiffany Ng, carilloneur
October 27, 2014



The Stage, third floor

10:00 AM Coffee, pastries, and chats
10:30 AM Andrew Nelson, University of Oregon
11:00 AM Michael Gurevich, University of Michigan: Gems from the Archives
11:30 AM Andy Moorer: Looking Ahead by Looking Back
12:00 PM Fernando Lopez-Lezcano, CCRMA

12:30 PM BREAK

1:30 PM Jean-Claude Risset, CNRS, Evelyne Gayou, GRM
2:00 PM Hiro Kato, Yamaha
2:30 PM What’s Happening Now – directions in composition
3:00 PM Ge Wang, CCRMA: What’s Happening Now – directions in research
4:00 PM What Might the Future Hold? Panel discussion with Julius Smith, Romain Michon, Takako Fujioka, Sasha Leitman


8:00 PM Concert, CCRMA Stage