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Music - 01.12.2022
Thousandth entry in the Musicals Encyclopedia at the University of Freiburg
Online project aims to document all original performances and premieres of musicals in the German-speaking world since 1945 After three years, the thousandth entry has already been made: The online m

Music - 28.11.2022
Hearing loss: headphones and concerts could put young people at risk - here’s how to protect yourself
A recent study published in BMJ Global Health has estimated that over one billion people worldwide aged 12-34 years could be at risk of noise-induced hearing loss.

Music - 28.11.2022
New edited volume on ’The Chamber Musician in the Twenty-First Century’ by Prof. Dogantan-Dack
Professor Mine Dogantan-Dack publishes new edited volume on The Chamber Musician in the Twenty-First Century (2022, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, Basel).

Music - 07.10.2022

Music - Economics / Business - 19.09.2022
A musician-turned-anthropologist studies venture capitalism in China
A musician-turned-anthropologist studies venture capitalism in China
Whether learning about new music or a new culture, PhD candidate Jamie Wong takes a similar approach: Seek out the experts, then -try to play along and keep up.

Mathematics - Music - 08.09.2022
Public lecture on Millennium Problem ’Hodge conjecture’ on 9/22: big questions in Mathematics explained
Posters, historical models, and hands-on exhibits provide insight into the conceptual world of mathematical conjecture and, in particular, the Hodge conjecture.

Music - 07.09.2022
Hip-hop as a new universal language
Deidre D.S.SENSE Smith has found that, like music itself, hip-hop is becoming a universal language.

Music - 11.08.2022
Learning about listening: Researcher explores how people perceive sound
Learning about listening: Researcher explores how people perceive sound
The University of Toronto's  Christina Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden remembers the moment she became interested in how humans perceive sound.

Event - Music - 09.08.2022
How festivals are designed as spaces of encounter
14:30 Publication The festival season is in full swing.

Music - Event - 30.07.2022

Music - 21.07.2022
Biotech violin steps into the limelight
Biotech violin steps into the limelight
It is amazing what kind of magical sounds can be elicited from a piece of wood treated with fungi. The biotech violin, whose tonewood has been developed at Empa, is now taking to the concert stage with violinist Irina Pak.

Music - 20.07.2022
Out of tune: when words get in the way
In a series of listening experiments, an UdeM postdoc finds that having lyrics in a song-or even meaningless syllables that change-makes it more difficult to hear when the singer's not in key. Ever notice when someone's singing out of key? Like when you're in a karaoke bar and your best friend belts out her favorite Adele track but woefully misses the mark? Ever wonder how you know right away she's singing flat? Well, Michael Weiss might have an answer for you.

Music - Innovation - 11.07.2022
Bringing cultural archives to life
Whether it's jazz recordings, concert footage, photographs or interviews, researchers are applying machine learning and digital museology techniques to archives of cultural data to achieve new artistic and creative experiences.

Music - Social Sciences - 28.06.2022
Party hard but party safe at the Montreux Jazz Festival
Party hard but party safe at the Montreux Jazz Festival
An EPFL PhD candidate in urban sociology spent four years working at the Montreux Jazz Festival in order to gain insights into how safety and security are managed, both within and around this world-famous event.

Music - 27.06.2022
DCS World premiere for dancers, baritone, choir and large orchestra
Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July 2022 Aix-Marseille université - Aix-en-Provence campus - Schuman site - Patio Nord 3 Avenue Robert Schuman, 13100 Aix-en-Provence Open to the general public - Free ent

Music - Computer Science - 25.06.2022

Music - 16.06.2022
100 years of peonies sounds like
U-M doctoral candidate creates sonic interaction with legendary floral garden The newly minted W.E. Upjohn Peony Garden is celebrating 100 years of peonies, approaching the end of their season at the University of Michigan's Nichols Arboretum.

Social Sciences - Music - 01.06.2022

Music - Event - 30.05.2022
When doing research is like playing jazz
When doing research is like playing jazz
From exploring the nature of creativity to turning a building into an instrument, a unique collaboration between EPFL's Digital and Cognitive Musicology Lab (DCML) and celebrated jazz pianist Michael Wollny aims to push the boundaries of music theory.

Campus - Music - 27.05.2022

Environment - Music - 17.05.2022
The dawn chorus: To connect with nature, students combine morning birdsong with music
The dawn chorus: To connect with nature, students combine morning birdsong with music
Each spring as early as 4 a.m., a choir of tweeting and chirping birds known as the "dawn chorus" produces a musical wake-up call - in more ways than one.

Music - Social Sciences - 16.05.2022
Post-doc scholar explores hip hop influence on Inuit youth 
Known as 'Qamani'tuaq' in Inuktitut, Baker Lake in Nunavut is home to Indigenous hip hop artists who are the subjects of post-doc researcher Raj Singh's study.
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