Michael Lowenstern will peform a free concert of bass clarinet and electronic music. A cross between Eric Dolphy, Meat Beat Manifesto, NPR's "This American Life," The Gap Band, and Igor Stravinsky, Lowenstern's sound defies definition. He has written music for concert, film, dance, and various other new media over the span of his 20-year career. Actively involved with technology in sound and music, Lowenstern has been a pioneer in the field of interactive computer music, having created or performed over a hundred works for bass clarinet and electronics. He can be heard on more than 50 CDs, including five solo recordings of his own.
Free of charge and open to the public. Sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts. For more information, call 856-225-6176.