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UNH Professor Featured in Halloween Concert on GooglePlus

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10/19/2011 12:00 AM
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Oct. 19, 2011

Christopher Reba, assistant professor of music and sound recording at the University of New Haven, will be part of a worldwide live Internet concert on GooglePlus on Halloween.

The concert, called The Worldwide G+ Halloween Hangout, will take place on Monday, Oct. 31, from 8 to 10 p.m.

Reba, who plays the bass, will appear with Heather Fay, singer/song-writer, at 9:15 p.m.  Their performance will last 45 minutes. Fay, who has a commercially available album “Scraped Kneed Girl” on the market, is a former associate technical director on the Drew Carey show.

The GooglePlus concert is accessible online at http://www.thehalloweenhangout.com.

Viewers do not need a Google account to watch the concerts live.  

Reba is also a composer and works as a recording engineer, live sound technician and educator. Additionally he runs a small independent record label, Parabiosis, from which he releases his own music and the music of other independent artists.

Reba is a member of the Notations 21 Project, the College Music Society, a composing and publishing member of ASCAP, a voting member of NARAS (the award granting body of the Grammys) and a published member of the Audio Engineering Society.

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