Synthi 100

Synthi 100

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An immersive and spatial sonic experience

Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Interactive Composition program and the New Music Studio collaborate to present new works with the rare and unique EMS Synthi-100 in an immersive and spatial sonic experience.

The performance features contrasting acoustic and electronic instrumentation with the Synthi-100 in a custom multi-speaker set-up. Best known for the ethereal sounds behind the Doctor Who theme music, the Synthi-100 was delivered to the university from London in March 1973 and has become the centrepiece of the Conservatorium’s electronic music studio.

Melbourne Conservatorium of Music’s emeritus tonmeister Les Craythorn joins performance staff for this live Synthi-100 concert experience that includes a number of world premieres.

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and the MCM New Music Studio

ARTISTS

Les Craythorn Synthi-100
Peter Neville
Mark Pollard
Anthony Lyons
David Haberfeld
Rob Vincs saxophone
Ken Murray guitar

Series

This production is part of the following series:

A Thousand Sounds

A season of music of a thousand sounds, the new, adventurous, bold and, yes, sometimes twangling way in which composers and performers create their many wonderful sounds and sweet airs in our time, and in our place

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