'Sounds of Ether'
Invented in 1919, Léon Theremin's keyboardless electronic instrument has been used by serious composers (Copeland, Ives, Bernard Hermann), rockers (the Beach Boys, Pixies, Sleater-Kinney), and everyone in between. Tonight, five expert thereministsAméthyste, Kip Rosser, Cornelius Loy, Dorit Chrysler, and Rob Schwimmerdemonstrate their various styles, which range from romantic and dreamy to dramatic and unearthly.
Wed., Dec. 12, 9:30 p.m., 2012
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