Guest Lectures

Occasionally, courses offered at CCRMA will bring in a guest lecturer.  Often times, those lectures are open, not only to CCRMA students, staff, faculty and researchers, but also to the public.  Such events are listed below.

Recent Guest Lectures

  • Mark Fell: Multistability Q&A

    Date: 
    Thu, 04/03/2014 - 5:15pm - 6:00pm
    Location: 
    CCRMA Classroom
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
    Please join us for this Question and Answer session with Modulations 2014 visiting artist Mark Fell, moderated by Luke Dahl.  Mark will be performing on Saturday April 5 at CCRMA drawing from his recent complex rhythmic project called Multistability.

    http://markfell.com
    Open to the Public
  • Penny Hes Yassour - Visiting artist

    Date: 
    Tue, 04/01/2014 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Location: 
    Stage
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
     Visiting artist Penny Hes Yassour (Bezalel School of Art) presents her recent work.
    CCRMA stage 5PM, April 1.
    Open to the public.
    Cosponsored by Art and Art History, Music, and The Taube Center for Jewish Studies
    Open to the Public
  • Tim Westergren: Pandora 101

    Date: 
    Thu, 02/06/2014 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm
    Location: 
    CCRMA Stage
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
    We are excited to announce that Pandora’s founder, Tim Westergren, will be hosting a talk with Stanford students. Tim will talk about his personal "road to Pandora" and how it grew into the #1 music streaming service in the country. So come learn about Pandora’s history, mission for listeners and artists, and future career opportunities from the man who started it all. We would love to hear what’s on your mind, so come with your questions, ideas, and thoughts…everything is fair game!
    FREE
    Open to the Public
  • David Glowacki and Joseph Hyde - Danceroom Spectroscopy: Generating Coupled Graphics & Sound by Modelling Humans as Energy Fields

    Date: 
    Tue, 01/28/2014 - 8:00pm - 9:30pm
    Location: 
    CCRMA Classroom, The Knoll 2nd floor, Rm 217
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
     In this talk, Dr. David Glowacki (Department of Computer Science &  Chemistry, Stanford University & Bristol University) and Professor Joseph Hyde (Department of Music, Bath Spa University) will jointly describe and show danceroom Spectroscopy (dS) – a system which allows an arbitrary number of people to interactively manipulate a molecular physics simulation, and has both scientific and artistic applications. dS works by real-time 3d image capture of people’s motion. The captured images are then processed by a suite of GPU-accelerated algorithms that interpret people’s movements as perturbations within a virtual energy field, embedding them within a real-time molecular simulation, where their movement sculpts the molecular dynamics.
    FREE
    Open to the Public
  • Inventor Roland Lamb presents the Seaboard GRAND - an evolution of the piano keyboard

    Date: 
    Tue, 01/21/2014 - 1:15pm - 3:00pm
    Location: 
    CCRMA Stage, The Knoll 3rd floor
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
     

    The Seaboard is a radically new musical instrument that reimagines the piano keyboard as a soft, continuous surface. Realising this powerful concept as a refined product has resulted in bringing together years of innovation on several fronts. The Seaboard’s polyphonic pitch bend, vibrato and per-note dynamic changes are all available at the player's fingertips, marrying the intuitiveness of a traditional instrument with the versatility of digital technology.

     

    Open to the Public
  • Todd Lerew: Instrument Demonstration

    Date: 
    Thu, 01/09/2014 - 5:15pm - 7:00pm
    Location: 
    CCRMA MAX LAB AND GARAGE
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
     Todd Lerew is a Los Angeles-based composer working with invented acoustic instruments, repurposed found objects, and unique preparations of traditional instruments.
    FREE
    Open to the Public
  • Special Guest Lecture (Music39A) by Jody Wilfong: Music Therapy – models, techniques, and impacts in children and adults

    Date: 
    Thu, 11/21/2013 - 1:15pm - 3:05pm
    Location: 
    CCRMA seminar room (Knoll, 315)
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
    Jody Wilfong, an experienced music therapist will introduce music therapy from many different angles.  Jody received her Master's and Bachelor's of Music in music therapy from Michigan State University, and is a Board-Certified Music Therapist. Jody currently provides music therapy to children and adults with varying diagnoses including Autism Spectrum Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury, as well as developmental disabilities and cognitive impairments.
    FREE
    Open to the Public
  • Special guest lecture (Music 39A, Music, Health, Medicine) "Vocal Health: Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment" by Prof. Kwan Sung (Stanford University School of Medicine)

    Date: 
    Tue, 10/29/2013 - 2:00pm - 3:05pm
    Location: 
    CCRMA seminar room (The Knoll, 315)
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
    Dr. Sung is currently an Assistant Professor in the Division of Laryngology in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is a graduate of Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, CA with a bachelor’s of science degree in chemistry with a minor in music. He earned a master’s of science degree in organic chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and later obtained his MD at the State University of New York – Downstate Medical Center. Dr. Sung completed his internship in general surgery and residency in otolaryngology – head & neck surgery at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.
    FREE
    Open to the Public
  • Zoran Cvetkovic : Perceptual Sound Field Reconstruction and Coherent Emulation

    Date: 
    Thu, 10/17/2013 - 5:30pm - 7:00pm
    Location: 
    CCRMA Classroom, Rm 217
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture
     

    Imagine a group of fans cheering their team at the Olympics from a local pub, who want to feel transposed to the arena by experiencing a faithful and convincing auditory perspective of the scene they see on the screen. They hear the punch of the player kicking the ball and are immersed in the atmosphere as if they are watching from the sideline. Alternatively, imagine a small group of classical music aficionados following a broadcast from the Royal Opera at home, who want to have the experience of listening to it from best seats at the opera house.

    Open to the Public
  • Special guest lecture (Music 39A): "Performance anxiety of performance artists: mechanisms, problems, and treatment techniques"

    Date: 
    Thu, 10/17/2013 - 1:15pm - 3:00pm
    Event Type: 
    Guest Lecture

    This special lecture is part of Music 39A "Music, Health, and Medicine" organized by Takako Fujioka.
    We invite Dr. Patrick Gannon, a clinical psychologist, specialized in treating performance anxiety in high-performance musicians, athletes, and other professionals. He will address the anxiety issues and treatment strategies, also possible mechanisms behind the problems and cares. The lecture will be for everybody who does public speaking and performance of any sort.
    Open to the Public