BMS Speaker Series Presents Eran Egozy on Feb. 7

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Brookline Music School (BMS) is partnering with the Brookline Teen Center (BTC) to present Eran Egozy at the second Speaker Series event in its 2018-2019 season. The event will take place on February 7, 2019 at 7:00pm at the Teen Center (40 Aspinwall Ave, Brookline). Eran will lead an engaging and interactive discussion about the intersection of music, technology, and entrepreneurship. Co-founder of Harmonix Music Systems, which developed the popular video games Guitar Hero & Rock Band, professional musician, and professor at MIT, Eran will share his story and his insights on the evolving world of music and technology. This is a free event, but seating is limited so advanced registration is strongly suggested. 

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About Eran Egozy Eran Egozy, entrepreneur, musician and technologist, is the co-founder and chief scientist of Harmonix Music Systems, which developed the video game franchises Guitar Hero and Rock Band. He is also an accomplished clarinetist and has appeared as soloist with the MIT Symphony Orchestra and as guest artist on the radio show From the Top. Eran is the clarinetist for Radius Ensemble and has appeared with Boston area ensembles such as Emmanuel Music and A Far Cry. Eran serves on the Boards of several Boston-area non-profit organizations and mentors and invests in a number of startups in the Boston area. Eran holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Music from MIT, where he conducted research in music technology at the MIT Media Lab. He is Professor of the Practice in Music Technology at MIT and his current research and teaching interests are interactive music systems, music information retrieval, and multimodal musical expression and engagement.

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