Dylan Ward


Techo Chapel
7:00 PM19:00

Techo Chapel

Seth Davis, Colin Mosely and the Kansas City Electronic Music Arts Alliance are excited to share Techno Chapel, a 50 minute multimedia interactive performance at Charlotte Street’s Capsule performing space on Saturday, September 28, 2019.

The evening of live, experimental musical performances begins at 7:00 PM and is a FREE event intended for all audiences. Parking for the show can be located behind Capsule (located at 1664 Broadway Blvd) and can be found off of 17th Street. Street parking is also available on Washington Street, a block behind Capsule.

Davis and Mosely presented their first Audio Visual Performance, Swampthing September 2018 at La Esquina as a part of the Kansas City Performing Media Festival. As a follow up, Techno Chapel utilizes note and volume detection, in order to facilitate interactions between the musicians and the visuals comprised of videos of insects, human bodies, forests and computers. By allowing the audience a space to reflect upon how networks communicate, Techno Chapel aims to ask the question how are humans communicating with digital, vegetal and animal bodies and how are we all connected?

Techno Chapel is a part of a larger trend of interdisciplinary and collaborative work between composers, choreographers, dancers and visual artists who use technology to facilitate new experiences with the natural world that heighten the involvement of other animals, plants and minerals. The musical composition is led by composer and musician Seth Andrew Davis along with local music ensemble Project C4. The interactive video is animated and programmed by video artist Colin Mosely. Techno Chapel also includes an additional solo performance by Barry Anderson, a Kansas City based artist working in video, music, photography and animation.

Participating Artists: Seth Davis, Colin Mosely, Project C4, Barry Anderson, Project C4 Consists of Derek Frank, Dylan Ward, Hao Yin, Gabbi Roderer, Tim J Harte, and Seth Andrew Davis



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A hauntological, Komische-inspired work for analog synthesizers and fretless bass, this new video and audio performance piece is the continuation of a project that began seven years ago. It revolves around the project’s core interests in identity, landscape, and cross-pollinating mythologies. It also marks the first time that Barry Anderson and his son Finn, who is a subject of and collaborator on the project, will work together on a performance.

Barry Anderson Bio:
Barry Anderson is an artist based in Kansas City, working in video, photography, and installation. His work has been featured in over 30 solo exhibitions and over 80 group exhibitions around the US and abroad. His work is also included in numerous public and private collections around the country. Barry Anderson

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Faculty/Guest Recital: Duo Dionysus
7:30 PM19:30

Faculty/Guest Recital: Duo Dionysus

UWEC faculty Alastair Wright, saxophone and guest Dylan Ward, saxophone will perform a recital.

This event is free and open to the public.

THOMAS, Jeu D’sprit
MONK, Hocket
BROBERG, Cloud-like
GLASS, Piece in the Shape of a Square

BIEDENBENDER, Staying the Night
LAKE, Liang

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Doctoral Recital #1
7:30 PM19:30

Doctoral Recital #1


Wings- Joan Tower

Legénde, Op. 66- Florent Schmitt
Dan Velicer, piano

Dorian Reeds- Terry Riley


Sonata in A Major- César Franck
I. Allegretto ben moderato
II. Allegro
III. Recititivo- Fantasia
IV. Allegretto poco mosso
Dan Velicer, piano

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2:00 PM14:00


Dylan Ward presents music by Albright, Bolcom and Ter Veldhuis alongside pianist Liz Ames. The music will be paired with poetry by Allen Ginsberg and William Blake to honor the 60th anniversary of the 1957 obscenity trial which revolved around Ginsberg's seminal poem Howl. 

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