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Friday, March 6, 2020 at 3:30pm to 4:15pm
Klarman Hall auditorium, KG70 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Guest speaker Brian Kehew shares insights and anecdotes about Robert Moog. Kehew is a Los Angeles-based musician, record producer, keyboard technician for The Who, and co-author of Recording the Beatles.
Roger Moseley, associate professor of music at Cornell, is moderating the discussion.
This event is part of When Machines Rock: A Celebration of Robert Moog and Electronic Music, March 5 to 7, featuring more panels and performances by a wide array of electronic music artists, including renowned synthpop and electro-industrial artist Gary Numan; singer-songwriter, beat-maker, and producer Suzi Analogue; and electronic music composers David Borden, Herb Deutsch, and Suzanne Ciani.
Other events include an opening reception for the Cornell University Library exhibit Electrifying Music: The Life and Legacy of Robert Moog, a DIY synth-building workshop, a concert by Cornell’s Electroacoustic Music Center, and shows at the Haunt by the punk-inspired electronic group ADULT and Suzi Analogue.
View the individual listings in Cornell’s events calendar.