Stanford professor of music Jaroslaw Kapuscinski shares his experience creating Where Is Chopin?, an installation that is a search for traces of Chopin’s music in minds and faces of listeners from around the world. Essences extracted from Preludes Op. 28 permeate the sound-space, as keys of a player piano move in absence of the composer, while a three-screen projection shows peoples' expressions as they slowly float through musical time. Meet in the Pigott Family Gallery. Lecture repeats at 7:00 pm.
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