Virtual Music: Sound, Music, and Image in the Digital Era

Thursday 2 December 2021

In this talk, Dr Shara Rambarran offers insight on her new, and very timely book Virtual Music: Sound, Music, and Image in the Digital Era (Bloomsbury) by explaining how music (along with sound and image) shapes virtuality through digital technology, and interactive relationship with its users.

 

Dr Shara Rambarran will also explore key innovations surrounding virtual music by making key references to music creators/artists (Grace Jones, The Weeknd, Danger Mouse), video games, performances, and media.

Bio:

Dr Shara Rambarran is a lecturer in Music Business and Media at the University of Brighton, and a musicologist. She is the author of Virtual Music: Sound, Music, and Image in the Digital Era (Bloomsbury), and co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality (Oxford University Press) and The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music Education (Routledge). For more information, please visit shararambarran.com

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