LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Internationally recognized electronic music duo McLean Mix will perform its unique brand of high-tech music Monday, March 25, at the University of Louisville.

    McLean Mix will give a free, public concert at 8 p.m. in the Comstock Recital Hall of the U of L School of Music. The performers will present three of their major works: “Autumn Requiem,” “Angels of Delirium” and “MILLing in the ENNIUM.”

    They also will talk about each work and will entertain audience questions.

    Barton and Priscilla McLean are classically trained composers and performers who are exploring new means of integrating thematic interests such as nature, multiculturalism and world history of the arts into their performances. Their work combines images and sounds into a multimedia experience. They also employ a variety of unusual performance instruments ranging from wind chimes and bells to bicycle wheels and Styrofoam and experiment with traditional instruments of voice, violin and various flutes.

    A reviewer in “Musical America” described the McLeans’ music as having “an immediate appeal by virtue of its colorful, impressionistic textures, poetic texts and abundance of concrete sounds.”

    McLean Mix has performed throughout the United States and Europe and recently concluded a South Pacific tour that included concerts in Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines and Hawaii.

    For more information, call Danielle Oatley at the U of L School of Music, (502) 852-0519.

    John Drees is a 35-year veteran in the Office of Communications and Marketing. As vice president, communications and marketing, he works closely with the president, provost and other senior administrators, oversees the Office of Communications and Marketing, including media relations, marketing and brand, broadcast, social media, internal communication, crisis communication, visitor services and special events and activities. A former sports editor for the Voice Newspapers, he was a regular contributor to a variety of publications, including the Kentucky Sports Report and the Courier-Journal. A poor but enthusiastic golfer, he is an avid Cardinal sports fan. He also loves the Detroit Lions, so pity him.