XiME: with Courtney Brown on Hadrosaur Skull

Admission to this concert is free of charge.

XiME: with Courtney Brown on Hadrosaur Skull

December 5, 2022
7:30 PM | Convocation Hall

XiME Fall 2022 Concert with Special Guest Courtney Brown on Hadrosaur Skull

Music by: Mari Alice Conrad, Cornelius Cardew & XiME

XiME 2022/23 is Colin Campbell, Mari Alice Conrad, Cole Dorchester, Benedek Gaal, Deepak Paramashivan, Niaz Pirzadeh, Thomas Powell, Ali Ramsden, Rigel Rendón and Jane Shi, led by Mark Segger (Fall) and William Northlich-Redmond (Winter).

The Experimental Improvisation Ensemble (XiME) is a performing group of musicians, sound artists and other artists focusing on group improvisation, as well as works utilizing alternative scoring techniques, conceptual ideas, and mixed media creations. The ensemble focuses on improvisation and alternate modes of musical creation, and it serves as a vehicle for student composers to explore new ways of creating sound compositions. 

This concert is a part of the Department of Music's 2022-2023 "Department of Music Presents" Series.

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