EVENT | APRIL 19 – MAY 2 — CONCERT SERIES at the Avery Fisher Center

THE AVERY FISHER CENTER FOR MUSIC & MEDIA IS PLEASED TO SPONSOR A SPRING CONCERT SERIES

Feldstein Immersion Room
Avery Fisher Center, Bobst Library, 7th Floor
LIMITED SEATING

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Friday, April 19 at 7:30 PM
Eric Lyon

Eric Lyon, composer, performing his own recent electroacoustic music.


Tuesday, April 23 at 7:30 PM*
Matthew Whiteside, Pauline Kim, and Marianne Gythfeldt

Performance by Matthew Whiteside (composer and electronics), with Pauline Kim (violin), and Marianne Gythfeldt (clarinet).

Music by Mattew Whiteside, Linda Buckley, Claude Vivier, Elizabeth Hoffman, Molly Joyce, Annie Gosfield, and Mikel Kuehn.

*Correction 4/18/19: In the original blog post on April 10, 2019 the event time was incorrectly published as 8:00 PM.


Friday April 26 at 8:00 PM
Daniel Zea with Ensemble Mise-En

Daniel Zea, composer and electronics, with Ensemble Mise-En; Moon Young Ha, director. Compositions by Daniel Zea.


Thursday, May 2* at 8:00 PM
Amnon Wolman

Three works of electroacoustic music, presented and sound-engineered by Michael Schumacher.

Compositions by Neil Leonard, Amnon Wolman, and Jim O’Rourke.

*Correction 4/18/19: In the original blog post on April 10, 2019 the event date was incorrectly originally published as “Saturday, May 5” and performer name was misspelled.



AVERY FISHER CENTER – Feldstein Immersion Room
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, 7th Floor
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012

Call for Submissions – 2018 Bobst Film Festival

 

Coming Soon: A New Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media

Why is the 7th floor in Bobst Library closed? Because it is being transformed as the latest addition to the Research Commons (currently encompassing floors 4, 5 and 6), and featuring a beautiful new Avery Fisher Center (AFC). While the existing, 2nd-floor AFC supports the full spectrum of analog and digital formats, the new one will be even more versatile, with a range of user-centric facilities including media-ready carrels, collaborative rooms, and a seminar room for group screenings. With a design based on up-to-the-minute advances in audio and video playback, the AFC will even have an “immersion room” to experience multi-screen video work and contemporary music composed for multi-channel, surround-sound systems. Doors open for the spring 2017 semester. Find more info on the renovation here, and visit the AFC’s homepage here.

Here are some architectural renderings to give you an idea of what the new AFC will look like:

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