Zeitgeist is pleased to announce the last installment of the Fall 2013 Indeterminacies program featuring Nashville-based composer and musician Stan Link.

Pianist, composer, blogger Rodger Coleman will perform  compositions from Stan's years in Vienna featuring invented notation based on Beethoven bagatelles with reconstructed fingering inspired by  composer, educator Roman Haubenstock-Ramati.     

Mark Volker, musician, composer, educator, and critical thinker will moderate a conversation. 

this program will start at 7PM and is free and
open to the public

Stan Link is Associate Professor of Composition at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music and an internationally recognized composer and performer. He attended the Oberlin Conservatory and studied composition with Ed Miller and Richard Hoffmann. He later became a student of Roman Haubenstock-Ramati at the Vienna Hochschule fur Musik and went on to study composition at Princeton with Paul Lansky, Steven Mackey, Peter Westergaard and Claudio Spies. He taught composition at La Trobe University in Melbourne Australia and at the University of Illinois.  

Mark Volker holds degrees from the Ithaca College School of Music (BM), the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (MM), and the University of Chicago (PhD).  He has studied composition with Greg Woodward, Dana Wilson, Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon, Darrell Handel, Shulamit Ran, Samuel Adler, and Marta Ptaszynska, electroacoustic music with Howard Sandroff and Mara Helmuth, and classical guitar with Pablo Cohen, Edward Flower, Fred Hand, and John Sawers. Mark Volker is currently the Coordinator of Composition and Assistant Professor of Music at the Belmont University School of Music, where he teaches applied composition and music theory.

Rodger Coleman is a Nashville-based musician, photographer, critical thinker, and frequent Indeterminacies collaborator who has spent years in the underground music scenes in Boston and NYC. 

Special Guests this evening will be poet Mark Jarman and voclaist Amy Jarman.