Brigitte d’Andrea-Novel and Elaine Chew play Londonderry Air on two pianos between Paris and London for World Piano Day 2020 during the COVID-19 lockdown, with brief introductions to the tune and to playing over the Internet.
Hear different mic captures of Grieg’s Solveig’s Song on the Bösendorfer VC280 Enspire PRO.
Photos and video snippets from the Heart & Music: Stolen Rhythms concert event featuring an introduction to arrhythmia by Pier Lambiase and piano concert by Elaine Chew featuring music based on stolen rhythms.
Talk by Pier Lambiase and Concert by Elaine Chew Sunday, 17 November 2019, 3pm @ MIT Killian Hall Free and open to the public Reserve a Seat | Source Heart & Music explores the connections between music and heart rhythms. Conceived as an arts-science-medicine event at the intersection of music and cardiology, it forms a vanguard […]
On the COSMOS YouTube channel, Cheryl Frances-Hoad’s piece based on the rhythms of Haydn’s Sonate in Es, Hob XVI:45, mvt III: Finale, Allegro di molto. New notes, sometimes quoting from Haydn’s sonata movement, are assigned to Haydn’s original rhythm, which remains almost entirely intact. Next, the original Haydn sonata movement, an interpretation after playing Cheryl […]
AI Music by MorpheuS COSMOS YouTube channel upload: Bach and Kabalevsky transformed by MorpheuS and interpreted by Elaine Chew. MorpheuS is a music generation AI created by Dorien Herremans and Chew—learn how MorpheuS generates music. Performances recorded in Studio 2 at IRCAM on 27 Sep 2019, on a MacBook Pro running Camtasia and using inbuilt […]
Announcing the COSMOS YouTube Channel, where we will be posting videos related to the ERC project COSMOS. For starters, the channel currently features three small video collections:
Livestream from CCRMA recorded by Dave Kerr. Video shows the Transformations concert at the Music and the Brain Symposium organized by Jonathan Berger, Noah Fram, Blair Kaneshiro, Zhengshan Shi, and Nette Worthey at Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA). To hear specific pieces, click on links given below. Program notes for new pieces are reproduced beneath […]