Stephon Alexander: Creativity, Notes and Numbers

Stephon Alexander: Creativity, Notes and Numbers

Stephon Alexander is a theoretical physicist. He is also a jazz musician. He tells Steve Paikin how the marriage of his music and his research makes him a better performer at work, and on stage….As he notes in his presentation it might be  “a bit much”, however recalling the notion that Drummers Are Natural Intellectuals, perhaps it’s quite Natural.

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