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ACTOR Symposium on orchestration research

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Following presentations, wine and snacks will be provided to accompany a round table discussion.

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When Nov 05, 2019
from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Where A832, Elizabeth Wirth Music Building, 527 Sherbrooke St. W.
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ACTOR Symposium on orchestration research 


Presenting are Professor Caroline Traube from ACTOR partner institution Université de Montréal, and ACTOR postdoctoral researchers Jason Noble and Julie Delisle from McGill University. Following a general overview of the ACTOR Project, topics will include advanced projects in sound recording, composer-performer collaborations, and orchestration theory and analysis.


The ACTOR Project is an international partnership working to bring interdisciplinary research on orchestration and timbre to the forefront of music scholarship. This partnership links North American and European orchestration practice and pedagogy, and stimulates the development of new creativity-enhancing digital tools for learning, creating, and studying orchestration practice.

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