Celebrating Women in Electronic Music at Columbia

Celebrating Women in Electronic Music at Columbia

April 9, 2021

Unsung Stories: Women at Columbia's Computer Music Center focuses on the legacy of women who have studied and worked at the renowned Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center (renamed the Computer Music Center in 1996).

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Associate Professor Miya Masaoka Performs in Bang on a Can's Virtual 2021 Marathon Concert

Associate Professor Miya Masaoka Performs in Bang on a Can's Virtual 2021 Marathon Concert

March 30, 2021

Partnering with MaerzMusik, the Berlin-based music festival, Bang on a Can returned to their roots to present a special virtual edition of their marathon concert, livestreaming four hours of live performances from both sides of the Atlantic, reflecting the diversity and breadth of their community.

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Uncovering the Heritage Silhouette: Lee Gilboa '19

Uncovering the Heritage Silhouette: Lee Gilboa '19

February 11, 2021

Lee Gilboa ’19  is an Israeli composer, researcher and audio engineer. In her work, Gilboa uses audio to explore identity.

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Sound Art Students Collaborate in ‘Sensory Meridian’ Exhibit by Mentor Michael Joo

Sound Art Students Collaborate in ‘Sensory Meridian’ Exhibit by Mentor Michael Joo

February 1, 2021

Sounds Art students Yixuan Shao and Avishag Cohen Rodrigues collaborate on Visual Arts Mentor Michael Joo’s Sensory Meridian in Chicago, Illinois. 

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Kamari Carter ’19 and Julian Day '20 in Group Exhibition ‘Edge of Light’

Kamari Carter ’19 and Julian Day '20 in Group Exhibition ‘Edge of Light’

December 14, 2020

Their collaborative piece, "BLISSVILLE," is now being shown in a dark space group exhibition that features 13 artists that all experiment with light and image-making.

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