Artist:Morton Subotnick + Lillevan
Date + Time: 27 September - 21:00 - 22:00
Location: city hall - atrium
Label: Nonesuch / Columbia / Turnabout / CRI / WERGO / New Albion
Website: http://mortonsubotnick.com


Morton Subotnick (1933) is a pioneer in the development of electronic music, intermedia performance and interactive computer music systems.

In the 60s Subotnick worked with Donald Buchla on what may have been the first analog synthesizer, co-founded the San Francisco Tape Music Center with Pauline Oliveros, Steve Reich, Terry Riley and Ramon Sender and helped found the California Institute of the Arts. The seminal work 'Silver Apples
of the Moon' was commissioned by Nonesuch Records in 1967, marking the first time an original large-scale composition had been created specifically for LP. At TodaysArt, Subotnick will perform a this piece live for the first time in the Netherlands together with video artist Lillevan.


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