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New Materialist Approaches to Sound Conference - Call for Proposals

The New Materialist Approaches to Sound Conference invites scholars working in the humanities, arts and sciences to submit proposals for papers and performances that engage with the themes of sound and new materialism, broadly construed. We welcome work that adopts historical, technological, analytical, philosophical, materialist, and creative vantage points, among others. Overall, this conference will direct these diverse disciplinary and methodological perspectives towards convergent and critical issues, creating new, interdisciplinary lines of enquiry and generating original research.

Brad Garton: keynote speaker at the 2019 International Computer Music Conference

Professor Brad Garton is going to be the keynote speaker at the 2019 International Computer Music Conference going on this week (his speech is tomorrow at 4:30 PM), and one of his book-readings will be a 'featured piece' on the 2019 New York Electroacoustic Music Festival that evening.

GSAS Convocation 2019

Professor Ellie Hisama, Beatriz Maria Goubert, Paula Clare Harper, Marc Edward Hannaford, and Ralph Richard Whyte celebrating at the post-Convocation reception for GSAS PhDs, Ancel Plaza, May 19, 2019.
Congratulations to all of our newest PhDs!

Marc Hannaford Joins Columbia’s Music Theory Faculty as Lecturer in Discipline

Marc Hannaford will join Columbia's department of music as Lecturer in Discipline (Music Theory) in the Fall of 2019. He will teach classes in the undergraduate music theory sequence as well as electives that reflect his interests in performance, improvisation, identity, and experimental music.

Katherine Balch Featured in the San Francisco Chronicle

Composition graduate student Katherine Balch was recently featured in the San Francisco Chronicle in review of her new violin concerto, "Artifacts". The world premiere was given at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek on Sunday, May 5th, 2019, by violinist Robyn Bollinger with Donato Cabrera of the California Symphony.

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