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SoundImageSound 10 International Festival of New Music and Visual Image

Thursday - Jan. 30, 7:30 p.m. 
"A Retrospective Look Back at the First 10 Years" and concert of new music and video will begin in the Conservatory of Music Recital Hall. Tickets: $8 (general admission); $5 (seniors); students (free with student ID).

Friday, Jan. 31

12:30 p.m. - Concert of Short Films from Japan, the United States, and the United Kingdom in Faye Spanos Concert Hall. Admission: Free

2 p.m. - Jaroslaw Kapuscinski and Joseph Hyde speaking about interactive media and 3D sound and visual image in Faye Spanos Concert Hall

2:30 p.m. - David Glowacki will speak in Faye Spanos Concert Hall about his use of computational chemistry and quantum dynamics in the creation of the interactive multimedia collaboration"danceroom Spectroscopy."

7:30 p.m. - A concert of New works for 8-channel sound, computer and moving image with pieces by guest artists Jaroslaw Kapuscinski and Joseph Hyde, plus works from Ireland, Canada and the United Kingdom, will be in Faye Spanos Concert Hall. Tickets: $8 (general admission); $5 (seniors); students (free with student ID).

About SoundImageSound 2014
"Thursday night's show will take a look back at some of the best from the past 10 seasons of SIS," Coburn said. "Friday night's show is equally exciting with premieres of guest artists Jaroslaw Kapuscinski's slow motion airplane ballet set to an 8-channel sound world of Japanese gagaku instruments and Joseph Hyde's live performance work for computer and visual projections from 'danceroom Spectroscopy,' along with Monty Adkin's slow drive on a rainy night and others. "Kapuscinski, an assistant professor in Stanford University's Music Department, directs the Intermedia Performance Lab there. His recent collaboration with the Open Ended Group involved 3D video projection with an immersive surround sound system and premiered in December 2013 at the Bing Concert Hall at Stanford. He has performed his intermedia compositions on practically every continent and is recognized as one of the leaders in the field of interactive intermedia performance. Hyde is a composer and sound artist who teaches at Bath Spa University in Bath, England, where he directs the Creative Sound and Media Technology Program. His collaboration with Glowacki on "Danceroom Spectroscopy" has brought him installations, performances, and honors across Europe. Glowacki is currently on a Royal Society Research Fellowship from Great Britain and is in residence at Stanford University. "Danceroom Spectroscopy" is a highly successful interactive art installation that has been featured in installations and performances throughout Europe over the past two years.SoundImageSound is directed by Pacific Conservatory Professor Robert Coburn.

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Tickets: $8 General Admission, $5 Seniors.  Students are admitted free.  PURCHASE TICKETS

For more information including artist pictures or video screenshots, e-mail Robert Coburn rcoburn@pacific.edu or call 209.946.2186