Lectures

The Tape Recorder, the Transistor and the Credit Card: The Technological Big Bang A Personal History

When: Thu., Feb. 5, 7:30-8:30 p.m. 2015

Composer Morton Subotnick will discuss his music and personal history of the 1960s-70s music. Starting in the late '50s, Subotnick recognized that an imminent technology explosion would offer, for the first time in history, an alternative to the centuries-old three person model of the solitary composer, the performer, and the audience. He began his life’s work of creating a new music in a technologically impacted world; a world yet to come.

Price: Free

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