Guest Lecture: Dr. Reiner Kramer: "Analyzing Renaissance Msuic (with Computers)"
- Monday, January 29, 2018 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
- Music Building Recital Hall (MUS 236)
Guest Lecture Series presents Dr. Reiner Kramer: "Analyzing REnaissance Music (with Computers"
Music Building Recital Hall (MUS 236)
Reiner Kramer is a teacher, music theorist, composer, programmer, or in short, a music algorist. He earned a Ph.D. in Music Theory with a related field in Computer Music at the University of North Texas (UNT). His research interests include computational music analysis, computer music, popular music, counterpoint, and compositional theory.
Reiner works as a Postdoctoral Researcher at McGill University in Montréal, Canada, where he leads an interdisciplinary team of doctoral, master’s, and undergraduate students. Reiner is a member of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT), and teaches an online course of Rock Music History at Metropolitan State University of Denver.
As a teacher, Reiner has worked at Northeastern State University (Tahlequah, OK), and UNT. Reiner worked as a researcher at the Hybrid Arts Lab/iARTA (Initiative for Advanced Research in Technology and the Arts), and a web programmer at UNT.Free admission and open to the public. Fee-based parking is available on weeknights at the Pleasant Street Garage, which is located across the street from the Music Building. The fee is payable at the kiosk located on the bottom level of the garage. (Attention students enrolled in the Department Recital course: This is a GOLD event.
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