As is the tradition, all doctoral students at the STMS Lab present their research – brief aural presentations and posters – after their first year at the « Journée des doctorantes et des doctorants ». Paul Lascabettes, a ENS CDSN doctoral fellow and most junior member of the ERC Cosmos Team, is the last speaker of the day. He gives a lively presentation on Computations Detection and Shaping of Musical Structures.
Elaine Chew to perform Boulez’s Piano Sonata No.1 and variations based on cardiac arrhythmias, and lecture on where musical structures live at the “Around Bernard Lubat” Day. Lubat and OMax to co-create hybrid improvisation based on the virtual Boulez derived from Chew’s performance.
Sci Am OpEd asserting that music’s structural attributes and physiological effects make it an ideal tool for learning cardiology; studying heart-brain interactions; and dispensing neuro-cardiac therapy