Downbeat Magazine since 1934: Stephon Alexander Explores Intersection of Jazz & Physics

Downbeat Magazine since 1934: Stephon Alexander Explores Intersection of Jazz & Physics

Stephon Alexander Explores Intersection of Jazz & Physics Posted 6/1/2016 The idea of a musical universe—The Music of the Spheres—goes back a long way, from Pythagoras and the ancient Greeks

The Mercury News: Author bridges the worlds of music and physics By Paul Freeman

The Mercury News: Author bridges the worlds of music and physics By Paul Freeman

The Mercury News: Author bridges the worlds of music and physics By Paul Freeman For The Daily News @mercnews Among Stephon Alexander’s formative influences were John Coltrane, Albert Einstein and Tony

CBC Radio q: Interview about The Jazz of Physics Hello Stephon.

CBC Radio q: Interview about The Jazz of Physics Hello Stephon.

Gill Deacon guest hosts. Coming up on q for Tuesday, April 26: Gill talks to Stephon Alexander about his new book, The Jazz of Physics, and how he not only uses jazz as musician,

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

7 minute TED Talk — “The Jazz of Physics”

7 minute TED Talk — “The Jazz of Physics”

In his seven minute TED Talk entitled, “The Physics of Jazz,” astrophysicist and Dartmouth professor Stephon Alexander connected the mathematical realization of quantum gravity to John Coltrane’s Giant Steps, and