Of Note
January 16, 2009
Nick Kitchen speaks at 2009 Chamber Music America Conference
New York Times photograph; Merkin Hall, New York City, December 2008
New York Times photograph; Merkin Hall, New York City, December 2008
Julieta Cervantes
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, January 17th, Nick Kitchen returns to the annual Chamber Music America Conference to join a panel discussion on the use of new technology in the performance arena. This "Technology Sampler" session will crunch into digital advances for musicians, including FootimeTM, the pdf score-reading tool used by the Borromeo that turns pages with a USB pedal. Also discussed is Chamberbase, an emerging public web resource for ensemble music, as well as live video processing devices that control movement and sound.

Joining Nick are Kai Christiansen, musicologist, web technician, and founder of Earsense; Jane Rigler, flutist, composer, and artist-in-residence at Harvestworks; and Zachary Seldess Guitarist, composer, and also artist-in-residence at Harvestworks. The session will be moderated by Carol Parkinson, executive director, HarvestWorks.

2009 Annual Chamber Music America Conference
Technology Sampler
1:30 P.M.-2:30 P.M.
Minetta Room (8th Floor)

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