Mira Calix, adventurous electronic musician and sound artist, dies | Music

Died Mira Calix, an electronic producer famous for his sophisticated, highly creative music and sound art. Her label Warp Records announced the news and did not name the cause of death or her age. A statement posted on social media partly said: “Mira was not only an extremely talented artist and composer, she was also … Read more

Global Music Consoles Market Growth- Yamaha, BEHRINGER, Samsung Electronics, Audiotonix, Siemens?AMS Neve?, etc – ChattTenn Sports

music-console-market Glob Market reports offers comprehensive research and analysis-based research, ”Global Music console market Report, history and forecast for 2016-2028, breakdown of data by companies, major regions, types and applications. “This report offers an in-depth look at drivers and limiters present in the market. Music Consoles data reports also present a 5-year prehistoric and forecast … Read more

Ukraine’s Resilient Electronic Music Scene Stands Tall

John Object’s music would be noteworthy even without this sober context. His earliest productions demonstrate a keen musical sensitivity: just look at the gently spinning magnifying glasses of the melancholic “Draft,” made when he was just 14 years old. His early years oscillated between ambient landscapes, a synthesis wave inspired by the 80s, subtle samples … Read more

Nathalie Joachim’s signature blend of Haitian, classical and electronic music comes to Baltimore – Baltimore Sun

For a long time the musical worlds of Natalie Joachim contradicted each other. In his previous career, Joachim, who was born in New York City to a family of Haitian immigrants, presented himself primarily as a classical flutist. She studied at Juilliard and had an active career as a chamber musician, including a flutist in … Read more

Nathalie Joachim’s signature blend of Haitian, classical and electronic music comes to Baltimore

For a long time the musical worlds of Natalie Joachim contradicted each other. In his previous career, Joachim, who was born in New York City to a family of Haitian immigrants, presented himself primarily as a classical flutist. She studied at Juilliard and had an active career as a chamber musician, including a flutist in … Read more

Velodyne Lidar Wins 2022 SXSW Innovation Award | News

SAN JASSE, CA – (BUSINESS WIRE) – March 15, 2022– Velodyne Lidar, Inc. (Nasdaq: VLDR, VLDRW) today announced that its Intelligent Infrastructure solution has won the 2022 SXSW Innovation Awards conferences and festivals from South by Southwest® (SXSW®). The solution for the smart city of Velodyne was noted for exemplary innovations in the Smart Cities, … Read more

Chris Lowery is Indiana’s New Commissioner for Higher Education

Prior to his current position, Lowry served as Chancellor of Ivy Tech in the Columbus and Southeast regions. Prior to joining Ivy Tech, Lowry served as president of the Batesville Community School Board of Trustees and was founder of the Batesville Community Education Foundation. Prior to working in higher education, Lowry led public policy and … Read more

Unit 5 saves music programs, cuts more than 30 positions | Local Education

Brian Boggs, one of the parents of Block 5, is speaking to the council against the proposed budget cuts, which will lead to the elimination of the band’s fifth-grade program and the eighth-grade foreign language program at a board meeting Wednesday in the Normal West High School auditorium. He was one of about 70 speakers. … Read more

Review: SLSO’s ‘Live at the Pulitzer’ gives strings a showcase, with electronic accents | Concert reviews

At this season’s second Live at the Pulitzer Concert, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra performed contemporary music by four live composers, all of whom attended Tuesday night. Jotham Haber introduced two compositions for string quartet: “break_break_break” and “From the Book”. “Fly, Into the Light …” by J.J. White – solo for violin, “Añoranzas” by Carolina … Read more

Music at the Phillips Collection: innovation as tradition

It’s one of the longest running music series in Washington, D.C., but the Phillips Collection program isn’t content to stop at the laurels. As part of the 100th anniversary celebrations that began last year, America’s first museum of contemporary art has ordered ten new pieces of music that most touch on a particular artist or … Read more