I/O Festival 2022 - Jack Langdon, organ
Fri, January 14th, 2022
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Vermont-based performer/composer Jack Langdon collaborates with students from Williams College in creating a meditative, immersive piece for organ and mixed ensemble in Thompson Memorial Chapel with the title Sound Mass.
Important Notice: UPDATE JANUARY 2022: our free concerts and lectures are ONLY OPEN TO WILLIAMS STUDENTS, FACULTY, or STAFF. To attend, everyone must wear masks. Event attendees must show a Williams ID. Venues are restricted to 50% capacity for now.
I/O FEST 2022
THE MUSIC OF NOW
Presented by the Williams College Department of Music
January 13-16 @ The Clark Art Institute
Matthew Gold, Director
All events are FREE and open to the public: no ticket required.
I/O Fest 2022: The Music of Now
I/O Fest is the Williams College Department of Music’s annual expedition into the music of today. Over the course of four days and nights, performers and audiences tour a world of new sounds and adventurous music. I/O Fest invites listeners to experience music in new ways with a focus on cutting edge composition and unconventional modes of performance. Performances, talks, and workshops are held in the ’62 Center for Theatre & Dance and The Clark Art Institute. I/O Fest 2022 features guest ensembles, music by composers-in-residence, and performances by the I/O Ensemble, IOTA, and an array of Williams faculty, students, alumni, and guests. I/O invites listeners to experience the music of now.
I/O Fest was founded in 2010 by Steven Dennis Bodner, Matthew Gold, and David Kechley.
Thompson Memorial Chapel
Williams College Campus
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