Join us for a free panel discussion with visiting composer Annea Lockwood, Georgia Tech laptop orchestra director Jeremy Muller, and Georgia Tech Biological Sciences faculty member Emily Weigel. The discussion will be followed by a sound walk through Georgia Tech's Ecocommons to reflect on the sounds of this unique environment.

Be sure to join us in the evening in West Village 175 at 7:30 pm for a free performance by the Georgia Tech Laptop Orchestra and visiting ensemble Yarn/Wire, featuring music by Annea Lockwood.

These events are co-sponsored by the Georgia Tech School of Music, the Georgia Tech College of Design, Georgia Tech Environmental Science (ENVS / GT Amplify Momentum Grant), Georgia Tech Arts, and the School of Biological Sciences; and the Emory University Music Department (Composition, Piano Performance, and Orchestral Studies areas), Emory Integrated Visual Arts program, Emory Department of Environmental Sciences, and the Michael C. Carlos Museum. This project is sponsored in part by the Emory Friends of Music, Emory Music Department’s McDowell Fund, Emory's CFDE Public Scholarship Fund, Emory Arts Project Grant, Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Emory’s Hightower Fund, as well as the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard University.


Admission is free and open to the public.

This event is part of CompFest 2024. See a full schedule of CompFest events at Georgia Tech and Emory.


Visit the School of Music's website to view the schedule of concerts for this semester. 

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