The Michigan Mobile Phone Ensemble @ Premiere Final Class Concert 2009
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December 9, 2009, 8pm
Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan


The program included:

Shepard's Escher (2009) by Colin Neville and Owen Campbell
Controlling the Conversation (2009) by Matt Steele
Owen's Lament (2009) by Owen Campbell and Colin Zyskowski
Feedback Etude (2009) by Raphael Szymanski and Rishi Daftuar
The Infinitesimal Ballad of Roy G. Biv (2009) by Devin Kerr and Eric Lapointe
"Self-Spoken" (2009) by Justin Crowell

The ensemble was formed in the context of Assistant Professor Georg Essl's new multi-disciplinary course, "Building a Mobile Phone Ensemble," which has been taught during the Fall 2009 semester. This class, believed to be the first formal course of its type in the world, merges engineering practices, mobile phone programming, and sound synthesis with new music performance, composition, and interactive media arts.

The ensemble members are: Owen Campbell, Justin Crowell, Rishi Daftuar, Sivan Jacobovitz, Devin Kerr, Eric Lapointe, Colin Neville, Matthew Steele, Raphael Szymanski, Nathan Zukoff, and Colin Zyskowski.


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Impressions

Images by Steve Crang




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