AlloSphere - Dr. Robert Morris Works

We are once again excited about the premiere performance of Robert Morris’ Musics of the Sphere. This is a spatial audio composition made expressly for the 54.1 channel sound system of the AlloSphere, with no visuals, featuring the unique audio resolution of the instrument. The work is a 57-minute, fixed-media computer music composition in six tracks of spatially modulated sounds. 

  • Please forward all interested acquaintances, colleagues, and friends to the AlloSphere website ( to sign up for either Thursday or Friday evening on the linked Google Form. 

  • Reserve all seating by Wednesday, October 12th at 11:59pm

  • All reserved seating will be confirmed by email on the morning of Oct. 13th. 


For the Thursday evening performances seating is limited to 12 seats per performance. 

  • All Thursday, October 13th performances will start promptly at 6, 7, & 8 pm for a 57 minute work. 

  • The Friday October 14th evening will be a walk in installation. Freely open to the public beginning at 6 pm.

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For a " Special Invitation Update", please click on the updated announcement link -

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A Message for  Dr. Robert Morris
A Message for  Dr. JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, Director
Please contact Distinguished Professor, Dr. JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, directly at jkm (at), if you have any further questions. 

Directions to UCSB AlloSphere Research Facility 2621 Elings Hall UCSB

Take Ward Memorial Boulevard (Highway #217) to the main entrance of UCSB.  

The building immediately in front of you with the Kandinsky graphic is the California NanoSystems Institute (Elings Hall). Bear right before the traffic circle. Quickly get into the left lane and turn left at signal into Parking Structure 10.  

Find a visitor parking space (marked Coastal Access on the lower levels) and follow the instructions to obtain a parking permit from the vending machine, marked in red on the map below. Enter the California NanoSystems Institute, at the entrance adjacent to the parking garage.  

Take the stairs or elevator to the second floor and enter the AlloSphere in room 2621

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