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ARSC New York Chapter
November 2009 Meeting

Thursday, 11/19/09
at the CUNY Sonic Arts Center
West 140th St. & Convent Ave., New York
Shepard Hall – Recital Hall - Room 95

Directions:
Take the 1 train to 137th Street City College and walk north to 140th St. & 
Broadway, 
then go east to 140th St. & Convent Ave.
Or
Take the A, B, C, or D trains to 145th St, go south on St. Nicholas to 
141st St, (one long block),
then west one block to Convent Ave. and south one more block to 140th & 
Convent Ave.
Or
The M3 bus also stops conveniently at the CCNY Campus

NY ARSC Meeting from 7pm to 9pm
~ doors (and refreshments) at 6:30 ~

Over the past two years, the fledgling NY Chapter of ARSC has presented a 
wide variety of fascinating programs – live interviews and Q & A sessions 
with legendary classical producers such as Max Wilcox and Peter Munves, 
legendary audio archivist Mike Biel speaking about the discovery of the 
recording of Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds that we rely upon to this day, 
Peter Gries speaking about the practice of archiving audio from early 
television broadcasts, Matt Barton from the Library of Congress speaking 
about Marian Anderson’s legendary 1939 concert at the Lincoln Memorial, 
Brad McCoy on the new Library of Congress NAVCC facility in Culpepper, VA, 
Mike Devecka on the behind-the-scenes story of the First Sounds project, 
Seth Winner on Rene Snepvangers, Dennis Rooney on Artur Rodzinski, Gary 
Thalheimer on the recordings of the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Marcos 
Sueiro Bal on Columbia University’s audio archive survey tool, Tim Hawkins 
on the Naropa Poetry Archive, and Steve Rosenthal on the Woody Guthrie 
audio archives reissues and remastering the Rolling Stones catalog.

Our program on Thursday, November 19th will be interesting, as most of them 
are, and is being finalized tonight.  

SAVE THE DATE!  Thursday November 19th, from 7pm to 9pm (doors and 
refreshments at 6:30pm)

More info will follow later this week…

Our host institution for ARSC NY Chapter meetings, the Sonic Arts Center at 
CCNY offers 4-year Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Music with a 
concentration in Music and Audio Technology.  Their program provides an in-
depth curriculum emphasizing real-world skills with a project-based 
approach.  Students enjoy a well-rounded program, with emphasis on audio 
technology, music theory, orchestration, and history to help them compete 
in a field that today demands an ever-growing and highly diverse skill set.

All ARSC NY Chapter meetings are free and open to the public.
To join ARSC, visit http://www.arsc-audio.org