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Lebanon Valley College Students, Alumnus Present World Premiere of “Walking Distance”
04.01.13 |
“Walking Distance,” an interactive, musical installation piece that attempts to recreate various sonic atmospheres captured across the town of Clarks Summit, Pa., will premiere on Lebanon Valley College’s Academic Quad April 4 at 11 a.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Audience members will walk through a pre-set walking path that will emulate the various streets, landmarks, and locales of the town while passing by clusters of live performers. Attendees with smartphones are encouraged to scan various QR codes placed throughout the path. The codes link to audio files that will add an additional sonic element to their experience of the installation.

The composer, Anthony T. Marasco ’08 (pictured at right), is an electro-acoustic composer based out of Scranton, Pa. His music strives to transform his own personal experiences into sonic representations of contemporary life. Marasco’s works have been featured across Europe and the United States. Marasco serves as an adjunct professor of history in the art and music program at the University of Scranton and an instructor of music at the Hazleton and Brandywine campuses of the Pennsylvania State University, where he teaches courses in music history, music theory, and digital music.

The performance ensemble will be comprised of students from the LVC Music Department, and the event is being organized in conjunction with Dr. Renee Norris, associate professor of music.

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