Held in Griffin Hall at Northern Kentucky University’s new Digitorium
space, the program features acoustic instruments and voices, pre-recorded electronics and dazzling visuals that engulf the audience in a multi-sensory experience. Nico Muhly
himself will be at the piano as dynamic art pieces develop around him, fusing the visual, digital and performing arts
. Muhly, Constella’s composer in residence for the 2012-2013 season, will also be performing a world premiere work.
Muhly is joined on-stage by tenor Grant Knox; Founder and Artistic Director of the Constella Festival, violinist Tatiana Berman; violist Joanne Wojtowicz and students from Northern Kentucky University’s Department of Music. Visual and electronics artist Jordan Munson adds a stunning visual contribution. This event will take place on Tuesday, October 9 at 7:30 p.m.
For more about Nico Muhly, please visit his website here.
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