Alex Chechile: MFA Thesis Show

 

Alex Chechile: MFA Thesis Show

51 3rd Street, Troy, NY 12180

http://www.rpi.edu/~checha/


Music Re-Informed by the Brain

The body and the brain produce measurable information during the act of musical creation.  This information is one part of a significantly connected recursive relationship between the musician and the music.

This performance will use physiological information the body and the brain produce to shape, enhance, and re-inform the overall musical experience.  By doing so, musical decisions become more intimately linked to the performer, allowing for one's unconscious involvement to play a direct role in how the piece is sounded.  This musical biofeedback loop allows an additional layer of spontaneity between performers, the audience, and the composer.  The result is a more tightly connected music.

For more detailed information, see: http://www.rpi.edu/~checha/ .

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