- Studio Xenakis (UCSB)
Admission is free.
Composer Carlos Iturralde is inspired by concepts like impossibility and human error. His work, which includes instrumental, electronic, improvised, and interdisciplinary pieces, is a magnifying glass that provides a new context for every day life sound objects. Iturralde presents a supersonic review of his instrumental, electronic, mixed, and installation works, composed between 2005 and 2015, focusing on concepts like: perception of time, rhythm within pitch, intuition, error, acoustics, procedures, staging, and notation. Tuesday, May 24, 2016. 6 p.m. Studio Xenakis (Music Building Room 2215). Admission is free.