Natasha Sinha: Top Ten!
Natasha SinhaPhoto by Raj Sinha
Natasha Sinha talks with Frank J. Oteri at the New York City offices of ASCAP
May 24, 2001—11:30 a.m.
Conversation videotaped by Jenny UndercoflerTranscribed by Julia Lu
The Life of a Composer
Anthony GattoPhoto courtesy of the composer
Composer Anthony Gatto was born and raised in Brooklyn. In May of 2001, he received his D.M.A. in composition from the Yale School of Music, where his teachers …
Music Composition, Preliminary Panel
Mel Marvin, composer, director, Resident Composer of the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts
James Mobberley, composer, Curators’ Professor of Music, University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music
Film/VideoShelli Ainsworth – Minneapolis, MNSteven Matheson – St. Paul, MNGarret Williams – Minneapolis, MN
LiteratureJonathan Brannen – St. Paul, MNSarah Fox – Minneapolis, MNMaureen Gibbon – Plymouth, MNAdrian Louis – Marshall, MNKevin McColley – Pinewood, MNDan …
The Guts of Mushroom
Professor Lyon wrote Mushroom in Perl, a language developed in the late 1980s by Larry Wall, and a common choice for programmers who want to coordinate many different systems at the same time.
When Lyon …
Eric LyonPhoto by Paul Herman Reller
“Mushroom is a more extreme form of an approach I’ve always used in digital music – to make the computer do as much dull mechanical work as possible …
Christopher ArizaPhoto by A. Ariza
In the fall of 1999, Christopher Ariza enrolled in a computer music course at NYU taught by Dr. Elizabeth Hoffman. The primary objective of the course was for the …