Elaine Chew gives a keynote (in English) at this year’s Journée Science et Musique. Videos of presentations now on JSM YouTube channel
Behind the scenes in the filming of ARTE’s 42, La réponse à presque tout (the answer to almost everything) episode on sound and hearing
An homage to Ludwig van Beethoven on World Heart Day, Arrhythmia Suite, III. Ventricular Ectopics with Short Ventricular Tachycardia Runs. World première performed by Elaine Chew. Includes a layperson introduction to ventricular ectopics by cardiology professor Pier Lambiase, the making of the piece, and performances with and without the underlying heartbeats. 0:00 Arrhythmia Suite, III. […]
Sci Am OpEd asserting that music’s structural attributes and physiological effects make it an ideal tool for learning cardiology; studying heart-brain interactions; and dispensing neuro-cardiac therapy
Was Beethoven’s possible arrhythmia responsible for his distinctive rhythms? Learn about ventricular ectopics and the making of Arrhythmia Suite, III., from his Fifth Symphony
Are arrhythmia inherently musical? What does arrhythmia feel like? Listen to these musical renditions of snippets of ECG from a patient with atrial fibrillation and other rhythm disturbances and judge for yourself.
European Heart Journal CardioPulse article Putting (One’s) Heart Into Music now in print
On Making Music from Heartbeats is Chapter 9 in Eduardo Miranda’s definitive book on AI and music computing: Handbook of AI for Music, now out on Springer Nature Switzerland AG (print copy due in August)
A remake of Elaine Chew’s Little Etudes for piano based on cardiac electrical anomalies, this time with introductions to each heart rhythm disorder by Pier Lambiase, Professor of Cardiology at the Barts Heart Centre / UCL.
Nº7 of seven Little Etudes for beginner and intermediate piano players based on different cardiac electrophysiology aberrations for day 7 of WHRW2020: World Heart Rhythm Week (1-7 June 2020)