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Sandroff’s works to be featured in concerts

Howard SandroffFive of Howard Sandroff’s acclaimed works, composed between 1985 and 2000, will be featured in concerts this month, “Four Score Festival” and “Music for a Time,” with artistic director Abraham Stokman. Sandroff is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Music and the director of the Computer Music Studio. A Chicago native, Sandroff works as a composer, conductor, technical consultant, and author. His concert works, written for soloists, mixed chamber ensembles and orchestra, often include live or pre-recorded electronics and have been performed, recorded and broadcast worldwide. An acknowledged expert in analog and computer-based electronic music and audio systems, Sandroff regularly tours, performs lectures, and consults at universities in the United States. Sandroff also is a professor of Audio Art with the Columbia College Department of Audio Arts and Acoustics.

Concerts will take place March 8 (Nichols Concert Hall, Evanston) at 7:30 p.m., musicinstituteofchicago.org; and March 11 (Fulton Recital Hall, Hyde Park) at 7:30 p.m. music.uchicago.edu.

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