Five 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.
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