An Informal Discussion

The Future of Interactive Technology and Music

Wednesday, October 15, 1997, 3:30 pm, UCI, Music 196

Admission: Free

You are invited to a discussion with Chancellor's Distinguished Lecturer Robert Winter, Presidential Chair in Music and Interactive Arts, UCLA.

This discussion will elaborate on his lecture earlier in the day:

Reinventing the Arts in a Digital World
Wednesday, October 15, 12:00
Village Theatre, UCI School of the Arts
Admission: Free

Scholar/pianist Robert Winter is Director of the Center for the Digital Arts at UCLA and Associate Dean of the School of the Arts and Architecture. He is known for his pioneering work in interactive multimedia applied to music, including CD-ROM titles on Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, Stravinsky's "The Rite of Spring," Mozart's "Dissonant" Quartet, and Dvorak's "New World" Symphony. His most recent CD-ROM is "Robert Winter's Crazy for Ragtime," released in 1996. He has become an international spokesperson for the role of content and the arts in a digital world, and has been a featured speaker at many conferences and meetings around the world. Prof. Winter is also the author, co-author, or editor of four major books on Beethoven and the author of several articles on performance practice, compositional process, and Franz Schubert. From 1979 on, Prof. Winter became widely known to the general music public for his nationally broadcast, 10-week, live-music series on Mozart and Beethoven for American Public Radio, as well as programs for the series "Pacific Coast Highway."

For more information, phone (714) 824-7288.