Sound, Music, Media and Movement

Carmina Burana performanceMulti-Media collaborative performance of C. Orff's Carmina Burana
Graduate students interested in visual music, film, audiovisual composition, technologically-enhanced performance, embodied sound and musical movement have the opportunity to take seminars in the School of Music and in the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design, research the history, theory and psychology of music as it relates to other art forms or sensory stimuli, and participate in solo or ensemble concerts that engage a broad range of visual and embodied performance practices.
Carmina photo credit: Alex Oliszewski

Past projects

Carl Orff, Carmina Burana
Researching aural and visual perception of musical performances
Steve Reich, City Life

Contact a faculty member for information:

Marc Ainger, composition 
Arved Ashby, musicology 
Kristina Caswell MacMullen, choral conducting 
Anna Gawboy, music theory 
Daniel Shanahan, music theory 
Susan Powell, percussion