Released: November 30, 2020
For more than a decade, Santa Fe Community College students in the Intro to Reason and Live class have left the classroom behind to take the best final ever – performing their music for a live audience. This semester continues that tradition, but in an entirely new venue. The music event of the year is coming to your quarantine the only way that’s legal!
Join the free streaming performance, “Compart-Mentally Undefined,” at 7 p.m. on Tues., Dec. 8, 2020, on Twitch. Students in the Intro to Reason and Live class show off their musical and performance achievements and express how they’ve been feeling during the pandemic. Students will perform original electronic music created using the music software programs Ableton Live and Reason. Hear new music created in the spirit of genre-bending and social distancing. Witness new approaches to performance and be ready for it all to crash and burn. It’s 2020.
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