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Yamaha Artist Dan Tepfer Explores Math, Music, and Multimedia in New Engadget Feature

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Yamaha Artist Dan Tepfer shares his approach to interactive performance with the Disklavier at its center.Tepfer, who studied both astrophysics and music as a student, delights in "translating things from one medium to another." In this case, math literally becomes music: using algorithmic programming, a suite of authoring tools, and his Disklavier, his current Acoustic Infomatics project is a magical blend of arts and science. Read the entire article, complete with video, at Engadget.

Shana Kirk is a pianist, teacher, technology consultant, and arts advocate in Denver, CO. Focusing on teaching and performing technologies, she presents performances and workshops at music and music education events and conferences nationwide. She is also a frequent contributor to publications such as American Music Teacher and Clavier Companion.