Wednesday 3rd March 2010
Clephan Building, room 0.01, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
This symposium, which forms part of the Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre?s 10th anniversary celebration, will investigate how broad the spectrum of music made with technology has become in the last 60 years, what the repercussions have been for music in general, whilst celebrating the MTI?s eclectic vision. Contributors will include GRM Director Dr Daniel Teruggi, Bill Brunson of the Royal Academy of Music, Stockholm, MTI Director, Professor Leigh Landy as well as Professor Simon Emmerson, and DMU?s Institute of Creative Technologies Director, Professor Andrew Hugill.
This is part of the “cultural eXchanges” festival – http://www.dmu.ac.uk/culturalexchanges