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Spinning - Michigan Mobile Phone Ensemble

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Uploaded on May 2, 2011

This performance is from the Final Class Concert, Winter 2011, of the Michigan Mobile Phone Ensemble.

The ensemble was formed in the context of Prof. Georg Essl's multi-disciplinary course, "Building a Mobile Phone Ensemble," which was first taught in Fall 2009. This class, believed to be the first formal course of its type in the world, merges engineering practices, mobile phone programming, and sound synthesis with new music performance, composition, and interactive media arts. Students in the class design and develop their own new mobile phone instruments and compose new electronic music works that explore the creative potential of their own technical creations.

This winter, the ensemble included student performers Robert Alexander, Michael Kim, Michael Main, Shaagnik Mukherji, Elizabeth Paris, Anton Pugh, Ricardo Rodriguez-Laureano, Paul Sokolik, Scott Wagner, and Yefei Wang.

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