NY Theremin Society
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 7:30 p.m.
Campus Theatre, 413 Market Street, Lewisburg
This is a FREE performance
The theremin is a melodic instrument of the electronic family typically played by moving the right hand between two projecting electrodes with the left hand controlling dynamics and articulation. The theremin is the only instrument that generates sound without being touched.
The NY Theremin Society serves as a platform for thereminists and enthusiasts, namely to exchange, inspire and educate, as well as to demonstrate the surprising variety of different approaches that this relatively young and unique instrument has to offer in the contemporary world of music.
This performance will feature five thereminists, including Rob Schwimmer, Dorit Chrysler, Scott Robinson, Llamano, and Cornelius Loy who will perform both original and traditional pieces inspired by ‘horror' films (just in time for Halloween).