3rd Annual Accidental Music Festival Marathon!

Accidental Music Festival’s Marathon AMF celebrates the emergence of Orlando as a hotbed of contemporary classical and creative music on May 12th. Featuring 13 ensembles and soloists performing a day-long concert of music almost exclusively by living composers at the SoDo Shopping Center, the event seeks to highlight the work of new and established groups dedicated to new music. This year there will also be family-friendly events during the day, including acoustic and electronic instrument petting zoos, where kids of all ages can test out instruments and learn about making electronic music.

Schedule:

1:00pm – Elizabeth Baker and null-state host electronic instrument petting zoo and interactive music visualization
1:30pm – Ensemble AMF
2:00pm – Aveleon
2:30pm – Robert Phillips
3:00pm – Orchestral instrument petting zoo with Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra
4:00pm – Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra performance
5:00pm – Alterity Woodwind Quintet
5:30pm – Pressurewave
6:00pm – Elizabeth Baker
6:30pm – Luis Guerrero presents GG CAT
7:00pm – Haley Stickney
7:30pm – Lush Agave
8:00pm – Thomas Milovac Quartet
8:30pm – Exponential Decay
9:00pm – Jim Ivy’s Tangled String Ensemble

Co-presented by Timucua Arts Foundation and SoDo District!

Sponsors: Park Ave CDs, Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra, National Young Composers Challenge, UCF Music Department, Orlando Brewing, Swirlery Wine Bar

Null-state, presented by Accidental Music Festival

Null-State

Join Null-state co-founders Melody Chua and Benjamin D. Whiting as they unveil their sensor-augmented flute, dubbed the “Chaosflöte,” for the first time in the United States. The concert will feature premières of works, with both audio and visual components, for the instrument by both Benjamin and Melody. The concert will conclude with a special live-coding segment where Benjamin will be controlling the Chaosflöte, performed by Melody, live through code.

$10-$20 donation suggested. Please bring food or wine to share.