Scott Miller has a jam-packed schedule of upcoming collaborations with robots, humans and Kyma electronics. Here are a few highlights:
23 February, ALL DAY: SCSU Performing Arts Center 158, FREE!
On February 23, as a part of the MNMade Festival at SCSU, composer Scott L. Miller and musical roboticist Troy Rogers are holding a free open workshop and rehearsal on composing for robots. Everyone is invited to observe, assist, and ask questions as Scott incorporates theatrical lighting control into his Kyma ecosystemic environment for his new piece Détente.
27 February, 7:30 pm: SCSU Ruth Gant Recital Hall, FREE!
On February 27, you’re invited to the MNMade Festival concert, featuring works by Per Bloland, Troy Rogers, student participants, and Scott Miller’s updated ecosystemic robot piece, Détente.
15 March, 9:00 pm: The Nicollet, $5
In Minneapolis on March 15, Ars Electroacoustica celebrates the Ides of March with visiting saxophonist/electronics artist Jorrit Dijkstra, saxophonist Nathan Hanson, Scott Miller on Kyma and Ted Moore on laptop.
16 March, 7:30 pm: SCSU Ruth Gant Recital Hall, FREE!
On March 16th, Jorrit Dijkstra will be at St Cloud State University where he and Scott Miller will present a concert of improvised music for saxophone, electronics, and Kyma.
20 March, 5:30 pm: honeympls, $5
On March 20th, Ars Electroacoustica welcomes Adam Zahller to Minneapolis for a session with recorder & electronics (Scott Miller on Kyma).
Interested in collaborating with Scott Miller on future Ars Electroacoustica concerts? Let him know!