Nov 16, 2012
Pre-performance talk by Wesleyan Assistant Professor of Music Paula Matthusen at 7:15pm
"The electric guitar quartet Dither, typifying this nebulous twenty-first century, brings massive chops with an egalitarian sense of purpose to every piece of music."
—Free Music Archive
Dither, an electric guitar quartet formed in 2007 by Taylor Levine, David Linaburg, Joshua Lopes, and James Moore, is dedicated to an eclectic mix of experimental repertoire which spans from new commissions and original compositions to improvisation, electronic manipulation, and multimedia works. With sounds ranging from clean pop textures to heavily processed noise, from tight rhythmic unity to cacophonous sound mass, Dither's music wholeheartedly embraces the beautiful, engulfing, and often gloriously loud sound of electric guitars. A Crowell Concert Series event presented by the Music Department and the Center for the Arts.
|Cost||$22 general public; $18 senior citizens, Wesleyan faculty/staff, non-Wesleyan st|
Crowell Concert Hall
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