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Laptop Symphony

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Tonight, a group of local musicians, including members of Tolchock Trio and The Rubes, will re-create their Nov. 13 after-midnight performance of Terry Riley's semi-aleatoric musical piece "In C." The artists debuted the piece at Captain Captain Studios as part of an open house in a surprisingly engaging display of modern ingenuity.--- I assumed that watching a bunch of dudes fiddle with their laptops for 30-plus minutes would be boring at best. Not so. Cast in shifting lights, bathed in mystery, their interpretation of the modern American classical suite sent shivers - and maybe busted a few ear drums. It should be interesting to see how the vibe translates to Libby Gardner Hall's more formal environment. Experience it for yourself at 8 p.m.

In C (2009 Remastered) - Membe...

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