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Wadada Leo Smith.

If you can't imagine what electro-acoustic music might sound like, come find out as the Southern California Resource for Electro-Acoustic Music (SCREAM) wraps up its 26th annual festival with four performances in one evening. On the closing night, hear Pacific Light and Water/Wu XingCycle of Destruction (2005) with Wadada Leo Smith playing trumpet over a fixed electro-acoustic work by SCREAM founder Barry Schrader. Following are Anne LeBaron's Floodsongs (2012), a choral performance of three poems by Douglas Kearney mixed with live electronics; Four Lines (2001) by David Rosenbloom, which features a string quartet and experimental electronics; and the premiere of three electro-acoustic movements from Barry Schrader's The Barnum Museum (2009-2012), which is based on a short story about an imaginary museum. Sounds like one eventful evening.

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