Music In the Air with Distinguished Professor Robert Winter
Facilitator: Professor Robert Winter (Music Department, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music)
Music In the Air (MITA), created by Robert Winter and Peter Bogdanoff, is a fully integrated digital account of Western, Chinese and other musics, for Macintosh and Windows computers. It comes replete with interactive scores, music, and listening guides. Colleagues are warmly welcome to explore how digital story-telling of historical studies can realize in rich interactivity with Distinguished Professor Robert Winter, Residential Chair in Music and Interactive Arts at UCLA
Watch this Lecture on Performance, Technology, and [Post-] Postmodern Engagement:
Scholar/pianist/media author ROBERT WINTER began his life as a would-be athlete and science student at Coral Gables High School (Florida) and a physics major at Brown University. Following an epiphany at the end of his sophomore year, he earned his B.A. in Music, then an M.F.A. in Piano from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and a Ph. D. in the History & Theory of Music from the University of Chicago.
*This session is for NAFA staff only