Reverberations: Tape & Electronic Music 1961-1970

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Pauline Oliveros composer, performer, and
humanitarian is an important pioneer in American
Music. Internationally acclaimed, for four decades
she has explored sound, forging new ground for
herself and others. Through improvisation, electronic
music, ritual, teaching, and meditation she has
created a body of work with such breadth of vision
that it profoundly affects those who experience it,
and eludes many who try to write about it. Whether
performing at the JFK Center in Washington DC, in
an underground cavern, or in the studios of West
German Radio, Oliveros commitment to interaction
with the moment is unchanged.
Oliveros has built a loyal following through her
concerts, recordings, publications, and musical
compositions. She has provided leadership within
the music community, from her early years as
the first Director of the Center for Contemporary
Music (formerly the Tape Music Center at Mills)
and director of the Center for Music Experiment
during her 14-year tenure as professor of music
at UC San Diego to acting in an advisory capacity
for organizations such as the National Endowment
for the Arts, New York State Council for the Arts,
and many private foundations. She now serves
as Distinguished Research Professor of Music at
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Darius Milhaud
Composer in Residence at Mills College.

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