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Synth City ­ Electronic Music Concert presented at MJC

Synth City – Electronic Music Concert presented at MJC

The Modesto Junior College Department of Music presents Synth City – Electronic Music Concert on Wednesday, December 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall on East Campus, 435 College Avenue in Modesto.

The concert will feature original electronic music compositions created by student composers from the MJC Electronic Music Club. The composers featured will be Brandon Blair, Kyle List, Ashley Lunt, Aaron Maddocks, Leo Medina, Daniel Medina, Miguel Rodriguez, Ricardo Torres and Juan Vasquez.

The music will be created using synthesizers, computer-controlled synthesizers, samplers and digital effects. Some of the compositions will be performed live while others will be pre-recorded performances. Special lighting effects, video displays and slides will accompany the compositions.

The MJC Electronic Music Studio Director, David Dow, will also perform an original electronic music composition on the program.

The Synth City Concert is open to the public and admission is free. Campus parking passes are $2 and can be obtained at ticket dispensers located in the student parking lots.


David Dow

MJC Professor of Music &

Electronic Music Studio Director>

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Chris Murphy is the President and CEO of Sierra Pacific Warehouse Group and Publisher and Founder of ModestoView Inc. Chris worked globally in the cycling industry returning to Modesto in 1996. He is also the founder of the Modesto Historic Graffiti Cruise Route, Legends of the Cruise Walk of Fame, Modesto Rockin’ Holiday, the Modesto Music History Organization and co-founder of the Modesto Area Music Association. Chris is married to his artist wife Rebecca since 1985 and has two daughters Madison and Abigail, both graduating from Modesto High and UC Berkeley. He is lead singer and guitarist for his band, Third Party that donates their performances to non-profits.