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Workshop: Composing & improvising with information

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A workshop organized by Research Axis 2 (Music information research).

What
  • Research Workshop
When Feb 15, 2020
from 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Casa Obscura, 4381 Papineau St.
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 Workshop Composing & Improvising

Call for Presentations

We invite members from the CIRMMT community to submit their proposals on the registration page, including the following information:
  • author(s) name and affiliation;
  • title
  • short abstract (max. of 100 words)

Each presentation will be 10-15 min. in length, followed by a 10 min. discussion. The deadline for submission is Wednesday, January 15 at 12:00pm (noon). Authors will be notified of their participation status.

Relevant Themes

  • live interaction with music & sound information structures
  • improvising with music information (solo or group)
  • affordances & ergonomy of technologies for interactions with music information
  • composing with big data
  • critical use of available ML and AI technologies
  • creative processes, repurposing of media, and data reuse

Registration

Registration is required. To register, please visit: Workshop: Composing & improvising with information - Registration

Description

Interacting with music & sound-related information structures has developed over the last 30 years to encompass a wide variety of compositional and improvisational practices (as exemplified by our guests who are active in free improvisation and composition with CataRT and FluCoMA). This workshop intends to look at current directions in musicological and practical research in the last 14 years, following the review published by Schwarz in 2006 and the interest in databases as new art forms that developed in the mid-1990s. We hope to start a conversation between CIRMMT Research Axis 2 research interests and this range of musical practice. We welcome both research and research-creation presentations. The morning session will be dedicated to formal presentations and the afternoon session to hands-on activities and a round table. The day’s workshop will be followed by a concert in the evening.

This workshop will include the participation of two special guests:

Schedule (TBA)

 
 



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