The Music of Howard Sandroff and the Computer Music Studio at UChicago

Sound sculpture by Howard Sandroff

The exhibit The Music of Howard Sandroff and the Computer Music Studio at the University of Chicago surveys the evolution of electronic and computer music from the early 20th century to the present.  Scores and recordings, an analog synthesizer, a theremin, and Sandroff’s sound sculpture will be on display.

The exhibit runs from February 20 to June 29 on the 3rd Floor Reading Room of Regenstein Library at 1100 East 57th Street.

To celebrate the opening of the exhibit, Sandroff (computer) and Ben Sutherland (percussionist) will give a world premier performance, Interactive Improvisation for Computer and Sound Sculpture, on Tuesday, February 21 at 12:15 pm in Regenstein Library, Room A-11.

For exhibit hours, see Regenstein Library ID and Privileges Office hours.

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