BioMusic Symposium: Interfacing Brain, Music, and Emotions
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Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival 2015

Biomusic: Music at the Leading Edge of Science and Creativity

A musical ecosystem based on data from the UK’s forested landscapes, a biocomputer that can play the piano, an audio-visual representation of Motor Neurone Disease and a composition for saxophone and electronics, charting the evolution of humpback whale song! Composers and artists will explore new sounds, ideas, instruments and musical structures inspired, and even created, by biological processes at this year's Contemporary Music Festival.  

As the musicians venture into the unknown, audiences are encouraged to actively listen and engage in debate about what they hear, see and feel.

BioMusic Symposium: Interfacing Brain, Music, and Emotions

27 February 2015 | 10:00 to 16:00

Free Admission

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