The final performance for NYU Steinhardt’s Summer Institute for Interactive Multimedia Performing Arts Collaborative Technology (IMPACT) will happen tonight (8/5) at 7:30 pm. A live streaming broadcast of the performance will be available here close to show time. (Note: You must have Quicktime installed to see the broadcast. If you don’t see anything, try installing Quicktime or switching to a different browser program).
To learn more about IMPACT, click here.
Recent undergraduates (class of 2009) James Spano and Casey Flynn are mentioned here in a profile of KMA Music on SonicScoop.
Recording Sweet Spot: KMA Music
Full NY Daily News Story and Video Here
Full WPIX story and video here
Some photos from the event on May 8th:
We are happy to announce the opening of a new dual BM/MM program in Music Technology. The program allows qualified majors to start pursuing the Master’s degree while still fulfilling the requirements for their Bachelor’s degree. By reducing the required points for the MM degree from 45 to a minimum 32 points, students will be able to complete both degrees in a total of five years. More details are available at:
The dual degree program will only be available to a limited number of qualified students already in the B.M. program in Music Technology. Students may apply to the program during their sophomore or junior years. More details on the application process are available at:
For Fall 2010 admission, the deadline for applications is June 30. Interested students should send their application materials to the music tech office in the 7th floor of 35 W 4th street. Applications should be in a closed envelope clearly marked with the words dual BM/MM program.
This Friday, May 21st through May 23rd there will a Music and the Moving Image film scoring conference taking place in the Steinhardt building (35 W 4th St.).
For more information please visit: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/scoring/conference/
Our new James L. Dolan Music Recording Studio is on the April 2010 cover of Mix Magazine. See the online edition at: http://digital-edition.mixonline.com/
The full article is on page 18.
For more information and photos of this new facility, please visit:
The Society of Women in TeCHnology (SWITCH) held its inaugural session Tuesday night (3/9) at the NYU Music Technology Program’s new facility within the Steinhardt School’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions.
For the full article, visit Sonic Scoop.
To visit the homepage for the Society of Women in TeCHnology, click here.
The New York University Music Technology program announces its podcast, which describes the program and several of the courses we offer. Access the podcast here (you must have iTunes to access it).
Mix Magazine’s website has published a great story about the new James L. Dolan Music Recording Studio and 6th Floor Facilities. See the article here.