There will be another concert by graduate students in the music department tonight on Brainerd. Information below:
Set 1: Nestor Prieto – electronics
Nestor: “A live improvised set using my collection of hand-made and circuit-bent electronics that include: the Maxim’s three-oscillator NAND synth, an Atari Punk Console (stepped tone generator), a circuit-bent Stylophone, a circuit-bent Gakken SX 150 analog synth, the Curious George delay unit (based on the PT2399 echo/delay IC), and the Lord Shiva circuit-bent chorus/tremolo unit.”
Fun for all ages.
Set 2: Desert Music
Sam Dickey – guitar, Jocelyn Pleasant – percussion
Desert Music is a project focused on the music of the southern Sahara. With serpentine melodies and a wide variety of hypnotic, cyclical rhythms, this is music for dancing, meditating, or just listening.
Date: Today, Thursday, February 28
Time: 10:30 PM
Place: 49 Brainerd Avenue
Cost: Some sort of a donation