The Buffalo State College Digital Music Production program is excited to welcom percussionist Patti Cudd for a concert of music for percussion and live electronics by American composers, many with close connections to the city of Buffalo.
Dr. Patti Cudd is active as a percussion soloist, chamber musician and educator. Patti is a member of the acclaimed new music ensemble, Zeitgeist. Her other diverse performing opportunities have included CRASH, the Minnesota Contemporary Ensemble, Minnesota Dance Theatre and the Borrowed Bones Dance Theater. As a champion of the music of the 21st century, she has given concerts and master classes throughout North America, Asia, Europe and South America, and has worked closely with some of the most innovative composers of our time. As a percussion soloist and chamber musician, she has premiered well over 200 new works. She recently released on Innova Recordings, a triple solo CD of solo percussion and electronic pieces. For more on the artist: www.patticudd.com
The program will feature:
Per Bloland - Shadows of the Electric Moon (2013)
Jeff Herriott - The Stillness at Rose Lake in Winter (2019)
Margaret Schedel - Tattoo of a Gesture (2014)
Ethan Hayden - Serif Flow (2020)
Cort Lippe - Duo for Cajon and Computer (2011)
For more on the artist: www.patticudd.com
Ciminelli Recital Hall EVENT INFORMATION:
*Admission: $10 General Admission; STUDENTS FREE
•Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
•Performance starts at 7:30 p.m.
•Ciminelli Recital Hall is located on FLOOR 3 of Rockwell Hall at Buffalo State College.
•Handicap accessible entrance with elevator to the recital hall located via the building entrance at parking lot I-30 (rear of Rockwell Hall off the Iroquois Drive entrance to campus off Elmwood Avenue)
•FREE PARKING for this event will be in the general campus lots surrounding Rockwell Hall (Lots R-1, R-2, R-3 off the Rockwell Road entrance to campus; Lots I-30, I-32, I-33 off the Iroquois entrance to campus)
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