Reactions to the Record: Player Piano Project Symposium

This is an Archive of a Past Event

The Player Piano Project is a collaborative effort of the Stanford Department of Music and the Archive of Recorded Sound with support from individuals and institutions around the globe. The symposium will offer an opportunity to experience rare player pianos and rolls in person and to learn how they are revising our understanding of performance history of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Speakers include Rex Lawson (Pianola Institute), Denis Hall (Pianola Institute), Anthony Robinson (Pianola Institute), Wayne Stankhe (Live Performance, Inc.), Joshua Rapier (Rapier Restoration), and composer Julio D’Escrivan (University of Huddersfield).

The Reactions to the Record symposium is free with registration.