701 Center for Contemporary Art Presents
The University of South Carolina Experimental Music Workshop & Erik Carlson
Playing The World Premiere of Erik Carlson’s “10,000,000 Vibrations” & music by
Eva-Maria Houben, Mary Jane Leach, Kunsu Shim and Greg Stuart
The University of South Carolina Experimental Music Workshop student ensemble, directed by U.S.C. music school faculty member Greg Stuart, will perform at 701 Center for Contemporary Art in Columbia, S.C., on Thursday, April 11, 7:30 p.m. The ensemble will be joined by composer and violinist Erik Carlson. Admission is free.
The Experimental Music Workshop will perform the world premiere of Carlson’s expansive “10,000,000 Vibrations” (2019) for violin and ensemble and Stuart's "aerosol aperture" (2019) for violin, percussion, ensemble, and electronics. Also on the program are performances of music by Kunsu Shim, Eva-Maria Houben as well as Mary Jane Leach’s “Dowland’s Tears” (2011), performed by Jennifer Parker-Harley and the USC Flute Studio.