The Internet Renaissance Band

In Concert

The Internet Renaissance Band had its first "public performance" on April 29, 1998, at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, in a Digital Music concert series organized by Stan Gibb of the Music Department. I modified Perotin's "Alleluya" for a Proteus synthesizer (it sounded vaguely like this - play it loud). It was strange just sitting there and listening; the other parts of that concert involved live performance, and one included two acoustic instruments (saxophone and voice). It was an interesting experience hearing music from the twelfth century played in the sterile environment of our new administration building on electronic voices.

The Concert Hall
The Concert Hall
(Technopolis Plaza at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)
The Orchestra
The Orchestra
The midi file was played through
the small laptop on the right.
The Speaker
The sound comes out here
The Conductor
Curtis Clark introducing the performance
photo by Steve Bryant

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