Aurie Hsu and Steven Kemper will present “Re-imagining Electroacoustic Performance: Integrating Music and Physical Computing.” This lecture-demonstration will introduce the Remote electroAcoustic Kinesthetic Sensing (RAKS) system for belly dance and TAPI, the Transportable Automatic Percussion Instrument, a musical robot! 

This event will be free and open to the public: 4:00pm on Friday, September 27 in TIMARA Studio 2. Aurie will be on campus to oversee the recording of her new piece, Lullaby for Morning, for an album of works for piano and electronics, featuring Tom Rosenkranz ’99 on piano. Special thanks to the Alumni Association for their support of this lecture.