Curated by artist and composer Seth Cluett, the free exhibition titled “Sounding Circuits: Audible Histories” is on view at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, in the Vincent Astor Gallery, through March 23. It focuses on a network of innovative composers and technologists who helped create an entirely new way of thinking about and creating music.
HELLO, I'M RAFAEL PI RAMON.
THE FREE EXHIBITION TITLED SOUNDING HISTORIES IS ON VIEW AT THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS THROUGH MARCH 23rd.
THE EXHIBITION FOCUSES ON A NETWORK OF INNOVATIVE COMPOSERS WHO HELP CREATE AN ENTIRELY NEW WAY OF THINKING ABOUT AND CREATING MUSIC.
CURATED BY ARTISTS AND COMPOSERS, THE EXHIBITION FEATURES A STATE OF THE ART IMMERSIVE MULTICHANNEL AUDIENCE SYSTEM SUR ROUNDED BY RECORDINGS FROM THE EARLY HISTORY OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC.
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