60x60 is a project containing 60 works each 60 seconds in length presented continuously in an hour performance synchronized with an analog clock. The 60x60 mission is to present an audible slice of what is happening in the contemporary music scene by representing 60 works that are diverse in aesthetic and style.
Since 2003, the music of more than 1200 contemporary composers has been featured on the Electroacoustic 60x60 project. Thousands of audience members from Berlin to Chicago to New York City to Los Angeles and points in between have experienced this innovative program which synchronizes a clock with 60 one-minute electroacoustic compositions. The 60x60 Orchestra Project brings this innovative listening experience into symphony concert halls.
In 2003, Robert Voisey and Vox Novus produced the first 60x60 concert in New York City. This unique concert featured 60 one-minute electroacoustic fixed media compositions written by 60 composers whose work was selected by a jury of their peers for inclusion on the concert. Since that first concert in New York City, over 1200 composers have been represented on 60x60 “mixes” on concerts presented around the globe.
Supporting the original mission of 60x60 to bring an audible panorama of the current musical landscape to audiences, Vox Novus is expanding their breadth by bringing the original 60x60 project to symphony halls.
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