Snoozefest: Nocturnal Electronic Music Amidst Inflatable Environments

Exploded Ensemble, R. Luke DuBois, Lesley Flanigan (2018)
Carnegie Mellon University students participate in Snoozefest in the College of Fine Arts Alumni Concert Hall on April 29, 2018. Photo by Michael Henniger.

SNOOZEFEST was a midnight-to-sunrise concert featuring subconscious electronic music by the CMU Exploded Ensemble, including special guests Lesley Flanigan and R. Luke DuBois, and performances by student composers Sara Adkins, Stone Butler, Jonathan Cavell, Ryan Flint, Brooke Ley, Steven MacDonald, Alexander Panos, Travis Schwartz, Valerie Senavsky, Alexander Woskob, and Jeena Yin in an all-night, subtonal experience.

SNOOZEFEST was performed amidst giant inflatable environments and sculptural forms created by the Inflatables & Soft Sculpture course, featuring constructions by Roberto Andaya, Gabriel Bamforth, Ema Furusho, Patrick Gao, John Hewitt, Ankita Jha, Rachel Kim, Sun Min Kim, Elijah King, Tatyana Mustakos, Miranda Miller, Denise Nguyen, David Perry, Julita Przybylska, and Sommer Schneller.

Photo by Michael Henniger.

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