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Date: February 6, 2015

Stony Brook Graduate Music Symposium

Next week, the Stony Brook University Graduate Students in Music History and Theory will be presenting their yearly Graduate Music Symposium. It’s a two-day conference in which scholars from all over the country come to present on a musical theme.

This year, the theme is Technologies of Sound: Systems, Networks, Modernities. We are proud to welcome the Keynote Speaker, Arved Ashby from Ohio State University and his talk, “Talking About Music as Humanists  and as Technologists.”

And I want to also give a quick shout-out to one of our own. Jay Loomis will present “Crafting 21st Century Soundscapes and Locative Media Mobile Apps.”

There will also be  a special evening panel led by cDACT’s own, Meg Schedel and her colleagues from the College Art Association Conference. It will be at Stony Brook’s Manhattan campus on Saturday evening.


To stay updated on any changes to the schedule or any other updates, be sure to check out the official symposium blog.

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