VR, immersive theatre, a blind dinner date, an evening of totally out-there electronic music, and free interactive installations and workshops for all ages.
Call for papers: Algorithmic electronic dance music – deadline 23 March 2017
Algorithms are at the heart of the virtual studio software applications underwriting so much contemporary dance music, but are normally the prior preserve of music engineering teams rather than musicians. This special issue, however, engages with algorithms as musical material, and especially with music which is inherently founded on computer programming technique.
Call for Works: The Musical Metacreation Concert – deadline 20 April 2017
Creators of musically metacreative systems are invited to submit works for a concert of musical metacreation, as part of the Eighth International Conference on Computational Creativity, at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta. Submitted works can be of any musical style but must involve a performative element andmust involve the use of computational creativity techniques in the creation of the work.
Muslab 2016 International Electroacoustic Music Festival – London, 3 November 2016, 2-7pm
MUSLAB 2016 LONDON presents a LISTENING SESSION & CONCERT with 6.0 sound system and audiovisual projections.
Center for Visual Music Salon – Bloomsbury, London, UK, 11 October 2016, 7pm
Featuring historical films from the archive, contemporary work and live light painting by Mark Rowan-Hull.
Open call for audio sound on CDRs – Sound Archive of Experimental Music and Sound Art – ongoing deadline
Perpetuate for posterity a humble but crucial physical personal remnant of your touch along with your sound work: send us a home-made, hand-written, modest-but-proud CDR.
Instrument-Builder Residency, Access Space, Sheffield – deadline 20 November 2015
http://access-space.org/hugh-davies-project-residency/ Instrument-Builder Residency The Hugh Davies Project, in collaboration with Access Space, seeks an instrument-builder to take up a two-week residency in Sheffield in early 2016. The aim of the residency is to build an instrument, or instruments, in the style of English experimental musician and instrument-builder Hugh Davies, whose instruments involved the amplification of repurposed every-day objects via contact … Read More
Head Trips: Abstraction and Infinity – Visual Music Films – Barbican, London, 5pm, 4 October 2015
http://www.barbican.org.uk/film/event-detail.asp?ID=18295 This special screening of abstract Visual Music films is curated by Cindy Keefer, Director of Center for Visual Music in Los Angeles. Featuring the transcendent visions of Jordan Belson, James Whitney, Richard Baily, Bret Battey and other artists, plus psychedelic-infused films, this program celebrates the exploration of absolute light and sound in visual music, shown in 16mm and digital … Read More
Free online course – From Ink to Sound: Decoding Musical Manuscripts (7 weeks) – starts 2 November 2015
https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/from-ink-to-sound Travel through the history of musical notation, learning how to decode medieval music manuscripts, with this free online course. ABOUT THE COURSE Nowadays music is all around us: we listen to it while we are on our way to work, when preparing lunch or even while showering. All this music is written down in its own language – the … Read More
Download music from Inanimate Alice on Bandcamp
Download music from the Inanimate Alice digital fiction series, including newly released Episode 6: The Last Gas Station.
Funded PhD Studentship in Gestural Interaction and Music at UWE Bristol – deadline 29 June 2015
Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD studentship on gestural music interaction within the Department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies, at UWE Bristol in collaboration with industrial partners mimu and x-io Technologies. Closing date: Monday 29 June 2015 Full announcement: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/research/postgraduateresearchstudy/studentshipopportunities/gesturalinteractionandmusic.aspx Further enquiries: tom.mitchell [at] uwe.ac.uk