Category Archives: Guest Talks

3.Mar.2017 – Larry Polansky: `Recent Works: Long form ideas’, Waverly Project Lecture Series

WHEN: Friday, March 3rd, 3PM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 220 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. Larry Polansky is a composer, theorist, performer, editor, writer and teacher. He is the Emeritus Strauss Professor of Music at DartmouthCollege, the co-founder and co-director of Frog Peak Music (A Composers’ Collective), and is… Read More »

22.Nov.2016 – Guillermo Pozzati on Infinite Suite

WHEN: Tuesday, November 22nd, 6PM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 365 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. abstract Dr. Pozzati will present on a series of works for disklavier called infinite suite, that explore the computers bio Guillermo Pozzati (Buenos Aires 1958) is a composer, researcher and teacher. For almost a… Read More »

22.Nov.2016 – Lecture by Oscar Pablo Di Liscia

WHEN: Tuesday, November 22nd, 10:30AM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 220 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. abstract Dr. Di Liscia will present and discuss compositional and technical features of two of his recent works: Vocalisense, for Surround Electronics (2015) El aire y la reja (2014), for Bass Clarinet and Surround… Read More »

21.Nov.2016 – Lecture by Onyx Ashanti on SonoCybernetics

WHEN: Monday, November 21st, 11:00AM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 220 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. Onyx Ashanti’s lecture is partially supported by New Blankets. abstract Sonocybernetics is an evolving form of neuromodulation transduced using complex sound patterns/music created by a body worn, 3d printed prosthetic system called Sonocyb1. the… Read More »

13.Oct.2016 Colloquium Series: Carla Scaletti on “Data Sonification ≠ Music”

WHEN: Thursday, October 13th, 5:30PM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 320 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. abstract Scientific data sonification is a mapping of data from an experiment or a model to one or more parameters of a sound synthesis algorithm for the purpose of interpreting, understanding, or communicating the… Read More »

9.May.2016 Guest Talk: Chaya Czernowin @ NYU – Music – FAS

WHEN: Monday, May 9th, 2:00PM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 220 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. Composer Chaya Czernowin will present on her recent work. bio: …heartbreakingly vulnerable. Its sounds—often rasping, grating bundles of energy—project across impossibly large spaces, like concrete cantilevers, precisely tensioned just short of breaking point. Listening… Read More »

25.Apr.2016 Guest Talk: Nic Collins @ NYU – Music – FAS

WHEN: Monday, Apr. 25th, 6:00PM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 220 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. abstract Nic Collins will present some of his extensive work including some live demonstrations and brief performances. bio New York born and raised, Nicolas Collins spent most of the 1990s in Europe, where he… Read More »

13.Apr.2016 Guest Talk: Marek Chołoniewski on Sound Space Kinetics

WHEN: Wednesday, Apr. 13th, 3:30PM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 365 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. abstract the audition of human brainwaves is a basic structure of the piece the brainwaves are also used for physical cymatic phenomena control. there is no visualization or audition in fact, there are… Read More »

29.Mar.2016 Concert: Recent Multichannel Electroacustic Music from Spain

WHEN: Tuesday, Mar. 29th, 1:00PM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 365 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. abstract In this listening session, Spanish composers and musicologists Ferrer-Molina and Miguel Álvarez-Fernández will present an overview of recent electroacoustic music from their country. These multi-channel pieces, by authors representative of different generations… Read More »

23.Mar.2016 Kerry Hagan on “Using the z12 for composition and sound synthesis”

WHEN: Wednesday, Mar. 23rd, 6:00PM ////  WHERE: NYU Music Dept. Rm 365 (24/32 Waverly Place, NY 10003) /// This event is free and open to the public. abstract My compositional practice in computer music explores textural composition using real-time computer methods. Recent work with Miller Puckette led to a new algorithm that has been used for a variety of purposes, including… Read More »