Interview with violinist and composer Mari Kimura. She is a specialist in violin subharmonics — credited with "discovering" and mastering the technique for use in performance — and is a pioneer in interactive computer music. Kimura has completed violin studies at the Toho School, Japan's top conservatory; Boston University; and the Juilliard School, and has studied composition with Mario Davidovsky at Columbia University. She teaches a graduate class in Interactive Computer Music Performance at the Juilliard School, and is the director of the Future Music Lab at the Atlantic Music Festival in Waterville, ME. In addition Kimura's interview with hosts Chason Goldfinger and Zak Hap, we explored her complete recent album The World Below G and Beyond, as well as pieces from her previous album Polytopia.