This three-hour performance is based on compositions principally by Cage and features live and pre-recorded electronics, as well as traditional instruments

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John Cage invented his Musicircus in 1967 for a performance in the Stock Pavilion at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This three-hour performance is based on compositions principally by Cage and features live and pre-recorded electronics, as well as traditional instruments. Work by Marina Rosenfeld and La Monte Young were also included in this performance of Musicircus, Directed by Richard Bernas, as the original versions of the score also included works by other composers.