IMPACT 2017 has ended
Interactive Multimedia Performing Arts Collaborative Technology 

 is comprised of experienced faculty and technical assistants in dance, music, theatre, visual arts, multimedia, and arts technology. IMPACT consists of a three-week intensive multimedia creative and performance experience culminating in a staged production. This workshop provides an opportunity for students to create new interactive works, as well as to learn digital and multimedia technology. International students have the opportunity to continue to develop their spoken English skills.

NYU Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
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Julie Song

Julie Myung Ok Song is a performer, conductor, educator and administrator. She was born in Korea. She studied Music Education for her bachelor degree and Music Performance for her first master degree in Korea. In 2011, she completed her second master’s degree in Music Education at NYU’s Steinhardt School. While at NYU, she assisted the program director, Dr. Gilbert and won several awards, including the Richard Hirsh Memorial Award for Students in the Arts. She has had extensive performance experience throughout the metropolitan area and has appeared in and produced Internet2 Productions with KAIST in Korea, the University of Colorado, and multimedia artists in Rome. Her first album, Prayer, contains 16 newly commissioned works performed in English and Korean. In 2013, she directed the choir at LESP high school. Currently, she is in the Advanced Certification Program in Vocal Pedagogy at NYU. She also teaches voice lessons at NYU and serves as an assistant for Vocal Practicum, Fundamental Conducting, and Choral Conducting in the Music Education Program. She is also a Finance Specialist on the NYU MPAP Finance Team. She is scheduled to perform a MoviOp, A Song for Second Avenue, in the leading role scheduled for production in the near future in New York. Within IMPACT, she started in 2009 as a counselor and then served as an administrative director from 2010 to 2013. She is happy to return to IMPACT in 2015.