Christi Denton is a composer and sound installation artist who works with found sounds, electronics, and homemade and modified instruments. She enjoys breaking things, multi-channel speaker configurations, and building instruments where other things control sound; for example, where the audience can influence the composition with their phones or their drinks, or where light, weather, or a microorganism modifies musical parameters. She also leads the Sonic Arts and Music Production Laptop Ensemble (SAMPLE) at Portland State University. You can support her at her Patreon page.

Upcoming Shows:

SAMPLE November 24 2019, 6:00 @ KEX Portland: S.A.M.P.L.E plays at KEX Portland (100 NE MLK Jr.): The PSU laptop ensemble is playing on Sunday, November 24 (the weekend before Thanksgiving) at 6pm at the shiny new KEX Hostel on MLK Jr and Burnside. The full 21-person large ensemble will do a piece with visuals by the PSU School of Film Experimental Production) and then 4 small ensembles will also perform.

Sounds:


Oct 22, 2018: Netalbum release on pan y rosas discos. Avant Music News (review) put it on their "Best of 2018" list.


On Feb 9, 2018, Rabia Yeaman interviewed me on KBOO's (90.7 FM, Portland) Digital Divide show


A 2014 piece with strings and max/msp, written while in residency at Caldera