Central Florida Composers Forum invites you to a concert that’s sure to be electrifying! Join us for “Ghost in the Machine” on November 10 at 5:30pm at the White House (2000 South Summerlin Avenue, Orlando).
All compositions on the concert contain an electronic element, ranging from interactive computer patches, to surround sound, to recorded ambient noises. The concert will feature several premieres, including Charles Griffin’s Enfold Us Beneath Open Wings, John Alvarez’s Fermions and Gauge Bosons, and a new work by Thomas Owen. Other featured composers are Thad Anderson, Keith Lay, and Timothy Stulman. The concert will also feature the talents of vocalist Michelle Amato and Julie Bateman, saxophonist Timothy Rosenberg, and percussionist Nick Stange.
The concert is part of the Accidental Music Festival, and is free and open to the public; however, you can purchase a ticket to reserve a seat for $10, or a festival pass for $70. As is the White House tradition, audience members are encouraged to bring a beverage or snack to enjoy before or after the concert.