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CCRMA Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics

660 Lomita Dr

Stanford, CA 94305

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CCRMA presents a live performance by Joel St. Julien.

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Free and Open to the Public

Registration is required for in-person attendance in the CCRMA Stage.

Livestream: https://ccrma.stanford.edu/live

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Face coverings are strongly recommended. We encourage you to continue wearing masks for the comfort of our patrons, staff, and artists.

For more information please visit CCRMA's COVID-19 Policies (https://ccrma.stanford.edu/docs/common/COVID-policies.html) and the COVID-19 safety protocols for Department of Music events (https://music.stanford.edu/covid19safety).

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Joel St. Julien (b. 1980) is a Haitian-American composer, musician, songwriter, and sound artist based in San Francisco. Joel has written music for documentaries, short / feature films, podcasts, and dance. He is a firm believer in experimentation/fusion with acoustic and electronic elements in sound oscillating through escapism and the mysticism of the present tense.

Joel has shared music at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, Salesforce Tower, Gray Area, CounterPulse Festival, Land and Sea Gallery, Spectrum NYC, Frameline, Mill Valley Film Festival, and PBS. His music has also been featured and reviewed in Resident Advisor, The Wire, KQED, Foxy Digitalis, a closer listen, Fault Radio, Dublab, and many more. Chosen as one of KQED's 10 Best Bay Area Albums of 2021, his latest release, EMPATHY, is available at joelstjulien.bandcamp.com.

http://www.joelstjulien.com

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