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Liveness in a Virtual World

Nicholas Cook and Justin Gagen explore issues surrounding liveness in the virtual musical performances of Second Life, demonstrating the symbiotic relationship between the virtual and the real worlds in online music making.

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Listen: the music of John Hopkins

Listen to the music of Dr John Hopkins, Lecturer in Composition

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Watch: Nicholas Cook: The Imaginary African: Music, Identity and Race

Delivered to the Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge, 20th Jan 2016

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Watch: Marina Frolova Walker: 'Stalin's Playlist'

Watch the video of Marina Frolova's Walker's 2015 colloquium

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Watch: Matthew Machin Autenrieth: Flamenco & the Politics of Resistance

How Spain’s greatest artform became a tool for political protest

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Cambridge research strikes a chord

Founded in 2003, the Centre for Music and Science is reshaping our understanding of music and its role in society.

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Listen: the Music of John Hopkins

Feb 16, 2016

A new sound cloud channel featuring compositions by Dr John Hopkins, Composer and Director of Undergraduate Education.

Liveness in a Virtual World

Feb 05, 2016

Nicholas Cook and Justin Gagen explore issues surrounding liveness in the virtual musical performances of Second Life, demonstrating the symbiotic relationship between the virtual and the real worlds in online music making.

Watch: Nicholas Cook: The Imaginary African: Music, Race, Identity

Feb 03, 2016

Presented to the Faculty of Music Colloquium, 20th January 2016

Watch: Matthew Machin Autenrieth: Flamenco and the Politics of Resistance

Jan 22, 2016

How Spain’s greatest artform became a tool for political protest.

Watch: Nicholas Cook: Researching Creative Performance

Jan 13, 2016

Professor Nicholas Cook addresses 'Tracking the Creative Process in Music', October 15th 2015