Electronics lab for composers, performers and music technology students

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Dates: 3rd – 9th of July
Arrival date: 2nd of July
Departure date: 10th of July

This course offers meeting points and different working modules for composers, performers and professionals in music technology, thus giving a possibility to get involved with the latest technology (such as gesture capture) in contemporary music. Experts of IRCAM (Serge Lemouton and Frederick Bevilacqua) and highly experienced performers defunensemble and ICE enssemble participating in the festival programme visit the lab that enables all interested to participate at their own level of technical knowledge. Compositions by Chaya Czernowin, Alexander Schubert, Rolf Wallin and Sampo Haapamäki will be presented by the composers. University of Jyväskylä’s Department of Music, Art and Culture studies showcase music making applications using the latest technology developed by the researchers. The course consists of workshops and lectures for all attendants and individual working possibilities according to own interests. The host for the lab is composer Sami Klemola, artistic director of defunensemble.

Deadline for course applications is March 31st.

Profile of Participants:

Age limit: Born after 1.1.1986
Course language: English
Documents to be submitted (all documents can be submitted or filled out online):

Application form (online 15.1.2018)
Short motivation letter
Curriculum vitae in English or Finnish (maximum of two pages)


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