How I See Music Using Code
Neoclassical composer/pianist Larkhall weaves technology into his live performance through computer-generated visuals created algorithmically from his music as he plays, resulting in “vividly beautiful,” “enchanting” compositions (Hämeenkyrön Sanomat / Chicago Sun-Times).
He has collaborated with multi-Grammy-award-winning ensemble eighth blackbird, and as a concert pianist won a prize for new music in the International Shostakovich Piano Competition. His cultural-commentary tech-intervention Cuddlr saw 250,000+ downloads, global press coverage, and a spot in WIRED magazine's top 100 apps. His algorithmic video work has screened at the Shanghai Expo and Museum of Rome, and his contributions to music-recognition app Shazam are used by 400+ million people and featured as Apple's App of the Day.
Larkhall’s album The Sea Was Never Blue will be released September 27, 2019 and is available for pre-order from iTunes, Bandcamp and Amazon. For details visit http://larkhall.org