A two-day showcase of digital animations, interactive installations and electronic audio-visual performances by Dartmouth students and alumni and esteemed guest artists.
Synthesizer trailblazer Subotnick performs two original works that bookend 50 years of electronics in music: “Silver Apples of the Moon” (1967), the first electronic music composition commissioned for a recording and an influence for generations of musicians; and “Crowds and Power” (2017), a media tone poem for voice, electronic sound and live imagery. With soprano Joan La Barbara and artist Lillevan. Free.
Part of SHIFT: an array of live arts that kick off summer at the Hop, harkening back to the creative disruption of the 1960s and shifting how we think about music, drama, and identity.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.