"The Voice Machine," a collaboration between music professors from Stanford University and U.C. San Diego, will present new works by several composers, performed by U.C. San Diego's kallisti ensemble, on Sunday, Oct. 16 (2:30 p.m.), and Monday, Oct. 17 (7:30 p.m.), at Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 471 Lagunita Drive, Stanford. The pieces performed include Constantin Basica's episodic "Knot an Opera!," Caroline Miller's absurd-workplace-set "How to Survive a 100-Hour Workweek," Jesse Marino's Neo-Futurist-inspired "Experiments in Opera II" and Alexandra Hay's "Metanoia," an interactive "music play space" that will take place during intermission, with audience participation encouraged. The show is free. Go to Stanford Events.
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'The Voice Machine'
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