Please consider attending the CIRMMT Distinguished Lectures in the Science and Technology of Music at McGill University for our 2008-2009 series.
25 September 2008 - Stephen Brewster, Glasgow Interactive Systems Group, University of Glasgow, UK - "Using musical structures to create multimodal interfaces"
16 October 2008 - Steven Schick, Department of Music, University of California at San Diego, USA - "Slippery rocks: A low-tech percussionist navigates the cross-currents of music technology"
20 November 2008 - Dmitri Tymoczko, Department of Music, Princeton University, USA - "The geometry of music"
22 January 2009 - Johan Sundberg, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden - "The voice as a musical instrument"
19 February 2009 - Kofi Agawu, Department of Music, Princeton University, USA - "Tonality as a colonizing force in African music"
26 March 2009 - Lola Cuddy*, Psychology Department, Queen's University, Canada - "Musical structures and musical memories: Studies of normal and disordered musical listening"
16 April 2009 - Antonio Camurri*, InfoMus Lab, University of Genova - "Music and emotion: Toward computational models of empathy and entrainment"
* Co-sponsored by the BRAMS Lab of McGill University and the Université de Montréal.
All lectures take place in the Clara Lichtenstein Recital Hall at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University, 4:30-6:00pm and are followed by a wine and cheese reception.
See you there,
Stephen McAdams, PhD