Visualizing music: the history, and promise, it offers audiences and musicians
In the Hybrid Arts Lab webinar event Visualizing Music, graduate students from the School of Music explore a range of approaches to music visualization and promote focused, directed modes of audiovision. A discussion around this event was recently featured on Ohio States Insights.
From Ohio States Insights article:
Anna Gawboy, associate professor of music theory at Ohio State, has studied visualizing music from its roots, even creating her own performances (check out this Ohio State collaboration, or this one with Yale School of Music, more recently performed with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam).
According to her, immersive experiences have numerous benefits to the music industry. And now, as many organizations are trying to rebound from COVID shutdowns, it’s more important than ever.