JShatinPhotoJudith Shatin’s Hosech Al P’ney HaTehom, Loom Music, Grito del Corazon, Glimmerings and House Music, all for electronic playback, will be presented on Friday, October 4 at 5:30 PM at Chroma Gallery Garage, 418 East Main Street in Charlottesville, Virginia. This will be part of the Sound Art Series First Fridays Arts Walk.

The composer writes, “Grito del Corazón was inspired by Goya’s “Black Paintings.” Their haunting, stark quality was deeply compelling to both myself and artist Kathy Aoki.”

Read her complete notes . More about her electronic music at http://judithshatin.com/compositions-electronic/.

The October 4 event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 434-202-0269 or visit http://www.chromaprojects.com/first-fridays/.

The World Premiere of the flute and electronics version of Shatin’s Penelope’s Song will be given by flutist Lindsey Goodman on Sunday, October 6 at 3:00 PM at Elizabeth Pastor Recital Hall on the campus of Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio.

The composer also writes, “Penelope’s Song was inspired by Homer’s epic, the Odyssey, which is about the travails of Odysseus…It also tells of his wife, Penelope, Queen of Ithaca, waiting for him…

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The October 6 event is also free and open to the public. For more information, v

Ravello Records has reissued Judith Shatin’s acclaimed CD Piping the Earth Her music can also be heard on the Innova, Etcetera, Capstone, Centaur, Neuma, New World and Sonora labels. She is currently William R. Kenan Jr. Professor at the University of Virginia, where she founded the Virginia Center for Computer Music. Visit her online .

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