The Department of Music presents a Computer Music Concert.

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This event is free and open to Denison Students, Faculty and Staff. Tickets are required.
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The Department of Music is excited to present a concert of new electronic music created by the MUS 217 Electronic Composition students. Works on the program have been created from sampled textures and showcase the work in audio manipulation and sound design. For many students, this is their first composition and first experience presenting their work to the public. Please join us in celebrating their work.  

Vaccinated family members of Denison Faculty and Staff may attend by contacting the Eisner Center Box Office at eisnercenter@denison.edu or call 740-587-6544.

Masks are required. 


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