360° Vermillion Mix performed at De Montfort University

From Vox Novus:

60x60 Video Vermillion Mix a collaboration with Patrick Liddell, will be presented as part of the University's Cultural Exchanges week and will be sponsored by the Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre. The video will be performed on March 4 at 1 pm GMT, in De Montfort University's Performing Arts Centre for Excellence (PACE), Studio 1.

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60x60 Video Vermillion Mix March 4, 2011 at 1 pm GMT, De Montfort University's Performing Arts Centre for Excellence (PACE), Studio 1. Leicester, United Kingdom 60x60 contains 60 works from 60 different composers. Each composition is 60 seconds (or less) in duration sequenced together to create a one hour performance. Highlighting the work of a great many composers, 60x60 testifies to the vibrancy of contemporary composition by presenting the diverse array of styles, aesthetics and techniques being used today. This 60x60 video collaboration with Patrick Liddell is called 360 degrees of 60x60 and is sponsored in part by the International Computer Music Association (ICMA). The works included in the mix were created specifically for the 2010 ICMC RED Edition (International Computer Music Conference) presented by Stony Brook University in New York City and Stony Brook. Six 60x60 mixes featuring 360 pieces from different composers throughout the world will presented during the conference and at remote concerts around the globe. The 6 different mixes are all named a different shade of red to honor the RED edition of ICMC: 60x60 Burgundy mix, Crimson mix, Magenta mix, Sanguine mix, Scarlet mix, and Vermilion mix. Each mix is one hour long and contains different composers totaling to 360 different works each by different composers from many different countries around the world. The 6 different mixes are all named a different shade of red to honor the RED edition of ICMC: 60x60 Burgundy mix, Crimson mix, Magenta mix, Sanguine mix, Scarlet mix, and Vermilion mix. Each mix is one hour long and contains different composers totaling to 360 different works each by different composers from many different countries around the world. Patrick Liddell Patrick Liddell recently received this Doctor of Music at Northwestern University in Music Composition. His primary instructors have been Jay Alan Yim (Northwestern University, Evanston IL), Chris Mercer (Northwestern), Peter McIlwain (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia), and Steve Heinemann (Bradley University, Peoria IL). His music has been performed by Function Ensemble (London, UK), Monash Gamelan Ensemble (Melbourne), pLAy Ensemble (Los Angeles, CA), Vox Novus (NYC, NY), Third Coast Percussion Ensemble (Chicago, IL), and many other chamber and popular groups. His art is a combination of music and video (video being the visual counterpart to the temporality of sound), and in a postmodern idiom attempts to combine popular, art, and world musics into a "unified disassociation". His most recent project, Arrow To The Sun, is a multi-dimensional fractal-art piece that fuses music, video, taste, touch, smell, and thought to evoke an anti-narrative of spiritual enlightenment. Composers in 360 degrees of 60x60 (Vermilion Mix) include: Kevin Austin, Kwesi Awotwi, Daryn Bond, Arnold Brooks, Lou Bunk, Mark Corwin, Mitch Curtis, Ricardo Dal Farra, Douglas DaSilva, Thomas Dempster, Hrayr Eulmessekian, Mary Beth Farmer, Yves Gigon, Josh Goldman, Mark Hannesson, Andrew Heathwaite, Ron Herrema, GuangJie Ho, Daniel Houglum, Stephen Howden, Ioannis Kalantzis, Ioannis Kourtis, David Krajic, Fernando Leppe, David Litke, Guillaume Loizillon, Pasquale Mainolfi, Svetlana Maras, John Maters, Alexandre Matheson, Diana McIntosh, Jeffrey Mettlewsky, Bonnie Miksch, Rosemary Mountain, Steven Naylor, David Ogborn, John Oliver, Alex Olsen, Michael Olson, Juan Pablo Medina, Samuel Pellman, Kala Pierson, Michael Pionsonneault, Grant Pittman, Ambrose Pottie, David Power, Fabian Racca, Gilberto Rosa, Stephen Schedra, Jorge Sosa, Julian Stein, Penko Stoitschev, Steel Stylianou, Kotoka Suzuki, Roberto Terelle, Barry Truax, Graeme Truslove, Roxanne Turcotte, Victor Valentim, Michael Weinstein, and Hildegard Westerkamp http://www.voxnovus.com/60x60/2010_Vermilion_Mix.htm

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