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School of Music Welcomes New Faculty for Fall 2023

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Art and Technology Harmonize at the School of Music

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Jason Freeman and Nat Condit-Schultz On the Impact of Hip-Hop

Fall 2023 Concert Schedule

Mark your calendar! We invite you to join us for the Ensemble Concerts this Fall Semester.
Check back here for venue updates and programs.

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LMC, School of Music Host Musical Residencies

Marching Band Honors Cecil Welch

EarSketch Reaches Milestone One Million Users

Ballestrino Artist Residency Benefits Students

Boykin Receives Opera America Award

Listening to Heartbeats ‘Boosts’ Empathy

Leading the Change: Robotic Musicianship Lab

Students Touch the Future of Music

YouTube's "The Age of AI"

  • Darren Waller Inspired by Music to Manifest His New Life - Music has always been a big part of Darren Waller’s life. During his time as a Georgia Tech football player and student, Waller learned more about his rich family past in jazz through Assistant Professor Chip Crotts' course. Waller is the great-grandson of Thomas “Fats” Waller, a charismatic pianist, prolific composer, and the first Black man to write the score for a Broadway musical. Music runs through his veins, and even now as an NFL player with the Raiders, music continues to be positive and creative outlet for him.

  • FOREST - FOREST is the performative outcome of an NSF-funded project aimed at enhancing trust between humans and robots through sound and gesture. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology found that embedding emotion-driven sounds and gestures in robotic arms helps to establish trust and likability between humans and their AI counterparts. Read more here.
  • Music Heals the Heart - Music and the heart are intertwined. Musical works are influenced by arrhythmias, music listening induces physiological changes, performing music affects heartbeat patterns, and hearing heartbeats elicits empathy. Dr. Grace Leslie, director of the Brain Music Lab, co-authored an article published in Scientific American detailing the connection between music and an individual's cognitive and cardiac states.

  • Listen to Five of the World’s Newest, Wildest Instruments - The New York Times highlights five of the 2021 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition finalists in an article that focuses on invention and musical motivation. Get music critic Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim's take on our competitors' inventions.

  • LatinX Computer Science Students Focus of New Research - Georgia Tech and the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras recently received a $2.9 million grant to design an informal learning computer science curriculum and broaden access to STEM education for LatinX students.


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