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College Park, Maryland 20740

Electronic music pioneer Morton Subotnick first caught the public ear in the late '60s with Silver Apples of the Moon, a commissioned work for Nonesuch Records that he composed on the newly developed Buchla modular synthesizer.

Around that same time Subotnick helped establish and program New York's Electric Circus - an East Village night club renowned for its mix of light shows, transgressive music, circus performers and experimental theater - and the unfettered aesthetic of that time is evident in many of his works.

Join us in the Dekelboum Concert Hall as this wildly inventive legend of contemporary music performs his signature work accompanied by a lighting and projection landscape created in real time by visual/projection/lighting designer Lillevan.

Added by Clarice Smith Center on August 24, 2011