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Vox Festival

Presented by:  Berklee Faculty
Where: Saló d'actes, ETSIT Telecommunications building (3rd floor), Edificio 4D, Universitat Polytècnica de València
When: Thursday June 4, 2015, 10:00h - 22:00h (local time)
How to Attend: Free entry.

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Berklee College of Music’s Music Technology Innovation master’s program and the Título de Especialista Universitario en Música Electrónica y Electroacústica, Interactividad y Vídeo Creación (MEEVIC) of the Universitat Polytècnica de València, in collaboration with Barcelona’s Universitat Pompeu Fabra, is pleased to invite computer music pioneer John Chowning to Spain for a lecture and performance that will form the centerpiece of a daylong event celebrating the creative confluence of music and technology. The festival will occur on June 4, 2015, at the saló d'actes on the third floor of the ETSIT Telecommunications building, Edificio 4D, of the Universitat Polytècnica de València.

The First Vox Festival, featuring the music of

Quadrophonic Performances of Historic Works by the Father of the Digital Synthesizer

Technology Workshops

Game Development and Music
Gustavo Aranda, Head of R&D and International Development, Escuela Superior de Arte y Tecnología

Little Bits Workshop
Alayna Hughes, Co-founder of Curiosibot and Graduate Fellow at Berklee College of Music

“Composing Music from the Inside-Out”
Lecture-Demonstration by John and Maureen Chowning

“Past, Present, and Future of Electronic Music”
Roundtable Discussion
John Chowning (Stanford)
Stephen Webber (Program Director of Music Technology Innovation, Berklee)
Ben Houge (Faculty, Music Technology Innovation, Berklee)
Gregorio Jiménez (Catedrático del Conservatorio Joaquín Rodrigo y Profesor del Diploma en Música Electrónica y Vídeo Creación MEVIC UPV)
Stefano Scarani (Profesor de MUSIKENE y del Diploma MEVIC UPV)
Adolfo Núñez (Director de Laboratorio de Informática y Electrónica Musical LIEM de Madrid)

Student Concert

John Chowning Concert
Maureen Chowning, soprano

Turenas (1972), 10 min
Phonē (1981), 12 min
Stria (1977), 16 min
Voices v.3 (2011), 18 min

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