Circuit Bridges is dedicated to highlighting the community of electroacoustic music creators. Circuit Bridges strives to explore all music under the electroacoustic umbrella. This includes but is not limited to sonic art, radio art, glitch, circuit bending, electronica, real-time improvisation, network performance, audiovisual composition, mash-up, and data sonification. Its mission is to connect with artists from around the globe to present the wealth of electroacoustic music being written today.
Founded in 2014, Circuit Bridges is a monthly electroacoustic concert series, held at Gallery MC in New York City. Our mission is to connect with similar organizations from around the globe that foster and promote innovative electroacoustic music and sound. Our concerts feature local composers and sound artists and those from visiting communities and immerse audiences in the vast wealth of electroacoustic music being created today. Circuit Bridges is dedicated to creating a community for creators of electroacoustic music and strives to explore all that is currently being innovated in electronic music.
Circuit Bridges is a Vox Novus project.
Circuit Bridges has had over 30 concerts featuring the work of over 150 composers and sound artists, including Hubert Howe, R. Luke DuBois, Annea Lockwood, Paula Matthusen, and Hans Tammen, with performances by Myriam Bleau, Eva Ingolf, Margaret Lancaster, Adrianna Mateo, Ensemble of Irreproducible Outcomes, Miolina, Erin Rodgers and New Thread Quartet, and many more. We participated in Electronic Music Midwest and International Sound Art Festival Berlin and produced concerts with the London School of Communication, Soundlings collective (Amsterdam), Foundation for Emerging Technologies and Art (FETA), New York City ElectroAcoustic Society, Brooklyn College, and others. New Nodes, a one-hour mix of works from our first season for our visiting composers to present to their communities, has had 11 concerts: Bowling Green State University; College of DuPage; Harold Golen Gallery (Miami); Khodynka Grand Gallery (Moscow, Russia); Lewis University; Montana State University; UCLan Media Factory (United Kingdom); Sydney Conservatorium of Music, and others.
Circuit Bridges Concert is a collaboration with the Birmingham Art Music Alliance, Birmingham, Alabama and co-curated with Monroe Golden.
The Birmingham Art Music Alliance is an autonomous nonprofit organization with the twofold mission of promoting music by Alabama composers and presenting concerts of recently created art music to communities in Birmingham and beyond. Members include local composers, professional performers, students, and enthusiasts who wish to preserve and maintain the long tradition of music as a living art form.
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Circuit Bridges is a Vox Novus project, presented in collaboration with Gallery MC.
Melissa Grey, Artistic Director
Rob Voisey, Executive Director