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Gammified includes stereo electronics that play continuously throughout the piece, with the start of each of the five tracks marked in score
Explore five new releases from the Kronos Quartet’s Fifty for the Future collection, including Tod Machover’s GAMMIFIED
The book was chosen as the winner of the Engineering & Technology category of the 2021 Professional and Scholarly Excellence (PROSE) Awards.
Electrical engineer William Oliver develops technology to enable reliable quantum computing at scale.
The list is curated by the Women in AI Ethics™ Collective.
We used a secret time machine under the MIT dome to go to the year 2050 and see what’s going on there!
Meet the Labbers, which ran from 2016–2018, was an ongoing audio series that took listeners inside the Media Lab.
The appointment is effective July 1.
Some links to accompany a talk on “Possible Futures for Music and Medicine.”
Congratulations to Opera of the Future's Nicole L'Huillier!
During these uncertain times, we would like to thank the Teaching Assistants that helped make the transition to remote teaching.
The new LEGO Papert Fellows will spend one week at LEGO headquarters in Denmark to share ideas and collaborate on projects.
The University of San Francisco Museum Blog highlights the Museums and Technology course taught by Opera of the Future alum Eyal Shahar
A previous collaboration between Su and Star, Seasons (季节), also received an Honorable Mention for Best Student Game at the 2019 IGF.
Marc Downie, Paul Kaiser, and Shelley Eshkar collaborated on Loops, an exploration of Merce Cunningham's life and work.
Opera of the Future head Tod Machover reflects on the recent peace workshop and concert on Jeju Island
The advent of streaming has changed our relationship to music, but where is it taking us? What's the logical conclusion?
Tod Machover and Charles Holbrow discuss how they're building the tools and platforms for a culture of living music
Opera of the Future head Tod Machover talks to Korea JoongAng Daily about “Symphony for the Koreas.”
Opera of the Future student David Su received an honorable mention for Best Student Game in the 2019 Independent Games Festival.
The Independent Games Festival (IGF) honors the most influential, innovative and acclaimed projects in independent game development.
As Collier gets ready to release his sophomore album, "Djesse," he's adding a new element to his musical world: other people.
A selection of recent press coverage on Tod Machover's newest opera, Schoenberg in Hollywood.
You probably won’t find anything resembling the rest of the opera in any Schoenberg biography anywhere.
An enticing historical drama explores the conflict between maintaining artistic integrity and an artist’s longing to reach a wider audience.
Karole Armitage, the distinguished choreographer, is directing the world premiere of 'Schoenberg in Hollywood,' composed by Tod Machover.
Machover, known for his use of new technologies to expand music, was moved by Schoenberg’s commitment to maintain his artistic integrity.
As an intellect and creator, Schoenberg would have fit right into the Lab.
Visionary composer Tod Machover is unleashing his latest marriage of technology and tradition: "Schoenberg in Hollywood."
On November 14, the Boston Lyric Opera will present the World Premiere of Schoenberg in Hollywood, a new opera by Tod Machover, the Murie...
Nicole L'Huillier speaks at Sónar+D
The Telemetron generates musical compositions using gyroscopic “chimes.”
Revisit Human 2.0, a 2007 Media Lab symposium focused on the future of human adaptability.
From the famous Mummers’ New Year’s Day Parade to the sizzling of celebrated cheesesteaks, acclaimed U.S composer and inventor Tod Machov...
Breaking Forms is the literal and creative marriage of Juan Necochea and Nicole L’Huillier.
This week, the Philadelphia Orchestra premieres a new musical composition about its home city, by the city — in a way.
60 Minutes goes inside the MIT Media Lab.
Ambitious new piece in his “City Symphony” series features the birthplace of American democracy.
"I like to think of the voice and all the sound from our bodies as some kind of rhythm of life and music of life."
“Philadelphia Voices” is the latest in a series of Machover symphonies inspired by cities.
Members of the Media Lab community to speak at SXSW 2018.
Suffering for art took on frigid new meaning for composer Tod Machover while creating his new symphony for the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Tod Machover shares his insights into the creation and community of "Philadelphia Voices."
Jacob Collier calls from Chile, where he’s in the middle of a South American tour. He’s a long way from the London bedroom where he got h...
Mahler once quipped that “tradition” often represents nothing more than lazy, outdated habits of mind. In the postwar years, the composer...
"Philadelphia Voices" in the birthplace of American democracy.
In this interview, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, discusses Tod Machover’s “Philadelphia Voices,” a work ...
Nicole L’Huillier is a Chilean interdisciplinary artist, musician and architect based in Boston.
New documentary chronicles Jacob Collier's collaborations at MIT.
« Vocal Vibrations » is an installation which invites the public to discover the relationship between sound vibrations stimulated by voic...
Most art galleries have a “look, don’t touch” policy, maintaining the barrier between exhibit and observer, but not the new installation ...
This app allows Philadelphia users to make recordings and submit them for the City Symphonies project.