The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University hosts Exploratory Seminar on Music and the Heart on 17-18 November 2019.
Musical Structures, Performances, and Arrhythmias Date/Time: Thursday, 21 November 2019, 5:30pmLocation: MIT Room 4-270Street address: 182 Memorial Drive, Cambridge MA 02139, USA AbstractMusical performance is widely regarded to be one of the most breathtaking feats of human intelligence, but the nature of this creative act remains illusive and studies on expressive performance still lag behind […]
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:
CNRS Délégation Paris-Villejuif visits Ircam for COSMOS project launch (administrative)
Lecture on optimization and music data science, and the upcoming work of COSMOS at the EURO (Association of European Operational Research Societies) Working Group on Locational Analysis EWGLA XXV at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Brussels
A keynote at the conference in Graz, Herbert von Karajan and the Interpretation of Music, introduced the core tenets of the COSMOS project, applied to Karajan’s recordings.
A chance encounter with Professor Immanuel Bomze at the EURO conference in Valencia, Spain, in the summer of 2018 led to an invitation to give the third distinguished lecture, titled “The (Data) Science of Time: From Music to the Heart,” at the new Data Science @ Uni Vienna lecture series on 17 January 2019 hosted by Professor […]
Part of London’s Being Human Festival, Heart & Music will take place in QMUL’s Octagon (in the Queen’s Building, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS) at 1PM on Tuesday, 20 November 2018, with an interactive workshop at 2:30PM-3PM. This is the first event of the Keyboard Evolution series at QMUL that day. Admissions is FREE. Heart & Music is […]
Cristine McKie does it again … pulls off the third annual London International Piano Symposium, this time back at the Royal Academy of Music. The conference brought together pianists, pedagogues, and researchers from around the world. I immensely enjoyed the great company—all the laughter, good food, beautiful music—and carefully curated single-track series of interesting talks on […]
Working on MIR rhythm analysis techniques for arrhythmia ECG sequences at the inaugural Women in Music Information Retrieval (WiMIR) workshop