Thursday, 12:00 p.m.
David Revill has worked in countries such as Austria, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Canada, and particularly, in recent years, France, Germany, and the US. Compositional residencies include "Begegnungen" festival, Innsbruck, McKnight Visiting Composer, and Commissioned Composer, UW-River Falls. Revill has worked on electronic music with visits to Heinrich-Strobel-Stiftung in Freiburg, Germany and residencies at C.C.MI.X., Paris, most recently featuring software development for the Nichtzweiheit project. Publications include contributions to The New Grove; Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart; articles in MusikTexte (Köln), Music Today (Tokyo), Modern and Contemporary France, and Network (British Sociological Association). Revill’s survey of the ideas of Jean Baudrillard was recently reprinted in the Sage Publications Baudrillard Reader. Revill wrote The Roaring Silence, the authorized biography of John Cage, described by Library Journal as "definitive." His involvement with Cage’s work encompasses university courses, radio, and television programs, publications, CDs, and live performances.