Music

Expressive Engines: Musical Technologies from Automata to Robots

Symposium and Concert - Monday, February 15, 2016
Nicholas Music Center and Richard H. Shindell Choral Hall (Mortensen Hall) on Douglass Campus
85 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ
 

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Feb. 15 concert/symposium to feature acoustic and robotic instruments from early-modern to contemporary era

Attitudes toward technology tend to be fraught, often involving equal parts suspicion and fascination: Does technology save time or steal it? Does it connect or disengage us? And is music, an art form prized for its expressive powers, compromised when generated by a computer or other automated device?

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Public invited to observe free master classes

Mason Gross welcomes the public to observe a lineup of master classes this fall, which includes international teaching artists and Mason Gross students. Master classes are free and open to the public—no tickets are required. Check back for updates throughout the year!

Fall 2015 Master Classes

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Certificate in Recording Arts

The recording arts certificate provides students the basic skills they need to enter the professional field of audio recording and music production. The practical and creative skills developed in this program are grounded in the study of music theory, aural skills, recording technologies, virtual instruments, digital signal processing, and music business. The Certificate in Recording Arts program is available to all Rutgers students in any major.

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