Humanities - Music

Billie Holiday Center hosts a rent party

Music - History

Billie Holiday Center for Liberation Arts hosts a rent party The April 18 event at the Baltimore Museum of Art will feature the music and dance of Black urban migrants in the early 1900s. The bright jolt between cuts at the piano, the palpable rhythm of stomping feet, and the smell of hot fried fish combined with the sweat of dancing bodies are all characteristics of the early 1900s rent party.

New Head of the Institute of Classical Music at the Basel University of Music FHNW

Music - Campus

The pianist, musicologist and doctor of philosophy Alexandra van Gastel-Jud is to become the new Head of the Institute of Classical Music at the Basel University of Music FHNW. She will take up her post on November 1, 2024

Rescuing music with X-rays

Physics - Music

PSI researchers are developing a technique that uses the special synchrotron X-ray light from the Swiss Light Source SLS to non-destructively digitise recordings from high-value historic audio tapes - including treasures from the Montreux Jazz Festival archive, such as a rare recording of the King of the Blues, B.B. King.

ABBA: 50 years since Waterloo

Music - History

Dr Jadey O'Regan, lecturer in Contemporary Music Practice at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, recalls the magic of ABBA's Waterloo as the group rel

Music - Mar 28

Beam us up, George: Takei to speak at U-M

The University of Michigan's School of Music, Theatre & Dance has the unique opportunity to bring the teachings from their classrooms into a once-in-a-lifetime experience with activist and actor George Takei.

Researchers transform Parkinson’s tremors into music

Health - Music

A new music album based on the tremors of people with Parkinson's has been launched by a team of UCL researchers, to help provide relief for people with the condition.

Music - Mar 7

’Diversity connects’: students compose film music

Music

"Engineering for a Sustainable Future" - this is the goal with which people from almost 100 nations study and work together at TU Ilmenau.

Was Beethoven unmusical?

Life Sciences - Music

An analysis of the famous composer's genetic make-up has revealed that DNA data has so far been too imprecise in capturing a person's abilities.

Student-run Radio Station WRCT Celebrates 75 Years of Music Discovery

From its home in the Cohon University Center basement, past the post office mailboxes and the  silver frozen "Sophomore Faces" , WRCT's speakers blare the tune of the moment and draw visitors toward windows adorned with album

Drinking from a firehose - on stage

Music - Linguistics

For more than 50 years, the MIT Music Theater Guild has put on epic performances that involve students from every part of campus.

Dave Gisler, Samuel Leipold, Mareille Merck and Manuel Troller become new lecturers for guitar jazz

The Department of Jazz and Folk Music welcomes Dave Gisler, Samuel Leipold, Mareille Merck and Manuel Troller as new lecturers for "Guitar Jazz" from the fall semester 2024.

Music - Mar 11

From the City to the Sea: An immersive journey to support care home staff wellbeing

Music

A Southampton sociologist, pianist and artist has combined her skills to co-create - with care home staff - a nature-themed art and music video to support wellbeing.

The brain mechanisms behind our desire to dance

Why does some music make us want to dance more than others? This is the question that a research team from Inserm and Aix-Marseille Université tried to answer by studying the desire to dance (also called the 'groove') and the brain activity of 30 participants who were asked to listen to music.

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