Philosophy Week: Experimental Music and Decision Making

An interactive presentation on experimental music and its value as a tool for improving decision-making.

This lecture-performance is part of the University of Vermont’s Philosophy Week, an event that was started in response to an interview with a local homeless shelter leader. While many forms of homelessness have specific root causes that are beyond the reach of musicians and music makers, there are many who are homeless as a direct result of acute feelings of isolation and hopelessness.

By using the community-building and decision-making functions of experimental music I hope to add some useful skills and practices to this dialog.

Saturday, March 30, 2019
12:00 am - 8:00 pm
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Community of Sound
4 Howard Street, Studio i3
Burlington, Vermont