Jason Levine, musician, performer, and computational artist will discuss his path through computer science and music technology to build his vibrant career and artistic practice. The talk will explore Levine’s ongoing quest to find the most expressive fusion of music and technology along with the obstacles and dilemmas he has encountered along the way.
The evening will include an improvisational mini-concert by Levine and a discussion with Levine and MIT Professor Eran Egozy, co-founder of Harmonix, followed by a Q&A session with the audience.
Free. Space is limited.
Reserved seats will be released 15 minutes prior to start.
Also join us for Livecoding Sinusoidal Traversals through Sound Sorted in Space on April 12.