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Professor Coburn's work featured at the Oodaaq Festival in Rennes, France

Interstitial for alto and baritone saxophone, computer soundscape, and animation
Conservatory of MusicMay 18, 2014

On May 18th Robert Coburn's work, Interstitial Traces for alto and baritone saxophone, computer soundscape, and animation will be featured as part of the opening event of the Oodaaq Festival in Rennes, France.
Created in 2013 as a collaboration with French animation artist Celia Eid, Interstitial Traces has been presented at festivals throughout Europe. At the conclusion of the Oodaaq Festival it will be featured on the Best of Oodaaq 2014 DVD that will be circulated widely to festivals around the world. Interstitial Traces was composed in Japan during Dr. Coburn's year as a Fulbright Scholar. He and Celia Eid collaborated in the creation of the work through e-mail and internet exchanges.

More information about the Oodaaq Festival: http://www.loeildoodaaq.fr/festival-2014.php)