At this interactive, multimedia, multidisciplinary performance, electro-acoustic violist Trevor New will play with sounds from the in-person and virtual audience, create a telematic music instrument petting zoo, give the in-person audience musical control, and virtually bring in performers from around the U.S. This performance is about all the ways we can be and are connected.
An exploration of memories through Bach
Featuring students from Kaufman Music Center’s Face the Music teen new-music program
Featuring students from Montclair State University’s John J. Cali School of Music
Cohere 1 – Excerpt
Featuring musicians beamed in from around the globe and audience participation
Trevor New is known for creating and performing intuitive and scored soundscapes that evoke a cinematic journey. He is a performer, composer, sound designer, engineer/producer and educator working with leading artists, composers and developers of music technology. Trevor is driven by the exploration of diverse music formats: found sounds, live looping, modular synthesis, digital processing methods, film, orchestra. His passion is creating new music that explores contrasting styles, timbres and performance approaches hence a devotion to electro-acoustic viola blended with classical elements. As Immersive performances continue to rapidly emerge Trevor is actively at the forefront both as an artist, musician, mentor and technologist.
$10 student tickets are available by phone or in person. Call the box office at 212 501 3330.