Music, Culture, and Nature: Explore How Sound Defines Spaces with Anne-Marie Shaver
In this week’s episode, Tristra Newyear Yeager sits down with Anne-Marie Shaver, doctoral candidate of ecomusicology and member of the Acoustic Ecology Lab at Arizona State University. Scholar and musician, Anne-Marie Shaver, shares her current research focused on deep listening and eco-feminist scholarship to explore 20th and 21th century art music. Discover new ways to engage with sound and your own sonic environment such as sound walking and deep listening. Find out how ecomusicology and acousticology are influencing the latest developments in VR, AR, and music therapy. Learn how issues such as pollution, climate change, animal rights, and sustainability impact the way we engage with sound. How does sound define spaces? Find out on this week’s episode.
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