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MICHIGAN TECH MUSIC PRESENTS
STEPHEN RUSH IN RECITAL
PART OF NEW MUSIC AT MICHIGAN TECH'S NEW MUSIC WEEKEND
Run Time Approx. 60 min | Public Welcome | General Admission
Join us for a cozy backstage performance by guest artist Stephen Rush!
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Stephen Rush has had premieres in five continents and released many publications of his musical compositions. He has written 5 operas, over fifty works for Dance, chamber and electronic works, concertos, and two symphonies, performed by the Detroit Symphony and the Warsaw National Symphony. He has authored two books, including “Free Jazz, Harmolodics and Ornette Coleman.” He has recordings on Nessa, Innova, ESP Disk’, Equilibrium, Deep Listening, Centaur, MMC, RogueArts (Paris), Eroica, Summit and CALA Records (with the New York Philharmonic Chamber Musicians). He is Professor of Music at the University of Michigan, where he founded the Digital Music Ensemble (DME) which he has directed for 25 years. DME he has worked with Pauline Oliveros, Elliott Sharp, Alvin Lucier and Robert Ashley, and premiered works by John Cage, Philip Glass and La Monte Young.
Rush has over 30 CDs released, and has performed or recorded with Roscoe Mitchell, Henry Grimes, Eliott Sharp, Steve Swell, Eugene Chadbourne, Peter Kowald and Art Ensemble of Chicago. He also tours and records with his electronic psychedelic improvisation band, “Crystal Mooncone.” He is also deeply invested in “Installation Art”, with current works in collaboration with Michael Gould and Henry Pollack (Nobel Prize winning physicist) – “World Without Ice”, as well as “Jeweled Net of the Vast Invisible” in collaboration with scientists at the Fermi Lab.
Michigan Tech Music, part of the Michigan Tech Visual and Performing Arts Department, offers ten music performance groups: bands, orchestra, jazz, and choral ensembles that expose students, faculty, and the community to the artistic and communicative values of music and the power it has to change lives.