Sounds Modern,
there was

Co-Directors: Elizabeth McNutt and Andrew May
Administrative Coordinator: Gary Grundei

From 2004-2007, Atomic Clock Music Events collaborated with artists and arts venues to celebrate the cutting edge of living music, bringing underrepresented musical voices to Denver and Boulder area audiences. ACME’s primary venue was the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, where Artistic Director Brandi Mathis hosted some of our most exciting events. ACME was a Colorado non-profit corporation, with 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsorship through the Boulder County Arts Alliance.

ACME’s co-directors moved to Denton, Texas to join the faculty of the University of North Texas College of Music in Fall 2005. ACME’s activities continue in the Sounds Modern series at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, where we began presenting concerts in 2007. We miss our friends in Colorado and we invite y’all to visit North Texas and hear art like you’ve never heard it!

Atomic Clock Music Events 2004-2007

July 2, 2007, Chautauqua Community House
Melting Pot: a patriotic celebration of America’s musical diversity

June 24, 2007, Bonnie Brae Church, Denver
ACME joins the Intermezzo Chamber Music Sessions in their opening concert, featuring music of Bach, Donatoni, Messiaen, and others

November 28, 2006, Chautauqua Community House
Wonder Women: new works from today’s women composers

June 4, 2005, Boulder Public Library
Mathematics Made Music: an intermedia concert in the Art + Math = X Conference

April 22, 2005, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Wind Powered: flute and clarinet with digital accompanists

January 30, 2005, Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts
February 6, 2005, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
3 x 5: five adventurous trios for diverse instruments and voice

December 9, 2004, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Terry Riley’s In C: a walk-through celebration

April 10, 2004, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
The Wild, Wired West: Composers from the American West Explore the Digital Frontier

March 10, 2004, Regis University, Denver
October 21, Arvada Center for the Arts
20th Century Flute and Piano Retrospective