Lead by Maestra Terri Hron, the collision occurs in two movements, an outcome of the performers lab.
Terri studied musicology and art history at the University of Alberta, recorder performance and contemporary music at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and electroacoustic composition at the Université de Montréal. She just finished a postdoctoral fellowship at Wesleyan University. She investigates collaborative practices in the creation of electroacoustic music and the changes in temporal and spatial perception that accompany performing alongside digital media. She has been the thankful recipient of a number of artist residencies (The Banff Centre, the Atlantic Center for the Arts, NoTAM, STEIM), awards (Musica Nova), grants (Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des Arts et Lettres du Québec) and scholarships (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Fonds de Recherche Société Culture du Québec).