Tonight at NYU’s Skirball auditorium, Morton Subotnick, will offer a rare performance celebrating the 50th anniversary of his iconic Silver Apples of the Moon. A long time associate of the Music Technology department, Subotnick has been described as the ‘founding father’ of electronic music, and Silver Apples, his first full length album, has even recently been selected as one of 300 recordings to enter the National Registry of Recorded works at the Library of Congress. This evening will definitely be an incredible experience for anybody interested in electronic music. The concert is at 7:30 pm, and reduced student tickets are available for $15.
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