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Alvin Hill is a technology based artist whose work combines sound, projection, light, and DJ arts. He studied classical violin and piano from the age of four, then shifted his focus towards technology while completing his BA at Dartmouth College, where he studied electro-acoustic composition with Jon Appleton. He earned his Masters in Media Arts from the University of Michigan. Alvin has composed scores and media for, and performed live with dance companies throughout the US, including Amy Cova Dance, Arachne Aerial Arts, Brown Dance Project, Chavasse Dance and Performance, Koichi Tamano & Harupin-Ha, and The Playground. He has performed at the Alvin Ailey Theater (NY), the Cranbrook Science Center (MI), the Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts (D.C.), and also had an installation at the Smithsonian (D.C.) as part of their Nam June Paik exhibit. Alvin has taught classes in multimedia performance at the University of Michigan and Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China. List of Selected Works


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