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Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music [ie Belfast]

sonic.jpgSonorities Festival of Contemporary Music : sounding/the/net :: November 4, 2010 through November 7, 2010 :: Sonic Arts Research Centre, School of Music and Sonic Arts, Queen’s University Belfast :: Admission is free to all events ::

This edition of Sonorities celebrates artistic collaboration by showcasing new work developed in the context of the Comedia Culture 2007 European project. This year’s festival extends from Belfast to Graz in Austria and Hamburg in Germany through a vibrant and eclectic collective of musicians, coming together to perform in, on and across the network. Continue reading

Oct 26, 2010
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Live Stage: Telematic Jazz Explorations [us NY, CA]

jaz.jpgInspiraling:Telematic Jazz Explorations @ NYU – UCSD :: June 13, 2010; 7:00 PM (EDT) :: Music Technology Program, Steinhardt School, New York University, 35 W. 4th Street, 6th Floor, New York + Calit2, University of California San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA.

An unprecedented concert of new jazz works with renowned composers and performers for the telematic music medium. Telematic music is real-time performance via the internet by musicians in different geographic locations. Performers will be located in New York and San Diego, playing together as one trans-continental ensemble in real-time and “real-space”. There will be local audiences as well as a world-wide webcast. The music explores elements of jazz fused with artistic properties of telematic technology including multiplicity, heterophony, swing, polyphony, synchronicity, and nodality. The transparent densities and intensities are manifested to create this new music reality of telematic jazz. Continue reading

Jun 13, 2010
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Upgrade! Joburg: Remote Lectures Series

Upgrade! Joburg: Remote Lectures Series: Call for Proposals — Deadline: May 31, 2010.

Upgrade! Joburg will Skype anyone anywhere to give a one hour lecture, demonstration or performance to an audience in Johannesburg. Each session will be streamed live and recorded to our podcast album for anyone to download and watch at anytime after the event.

Why: Being literally at the bottom end of the African continent, the Johannesburg digital and new media art scene needs connection and inspiration to grow, develop and learn to have a little fun.

What you get: A great opportunity to access an African audience; and if you like we will organize a lecture from Joburg to you too. Continue reading

May 6, 2010
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Live Stage: ResoNations [us NYC + online]

resonations.jpgResoNations Panel Access Grid Video Teleconference :: April 9, 2010; 4:00 – 5:30 pm EDT :: 35 West 4th Street, 6th Floor Conference Room, New York, New York (see additional sites below).

Presented by the Music Technology Program Lecture Series, Steinhardt School, New York University, ResoNations Panel Access Grid Video Teleconference is an international videoconference on the groundbreaking international telematic music concert for peace, ResoNations. Panelists will make presentations on the ResoNations concert and the ongoing project. Performance highlights will be shown. Local and online international audiences will participate in discussion.

ResoNations was an international telematic music concert for peace November 21, 2009 performed by twenty-six renowned musicians in five international locations: Continue reading

Mar 17, 2010
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Contemporary Music Review: Network Performance

cover.jpgFrom Pedro Rebelo’s Blog :: Network Performance issue of Contemporary Music Review Vol.28 Nos 4/5 August/October 2009 Out Now:

This issue of Contemporary Music Review is in itself a network of different materials and approaches which attempt to provide ‘nodal’ views on performance in the network. From the theoretical to the anecdotal, from the score to the historical timeline each article focuses on a particular view of the network, addressing practices which are sometimes new and other times instances of dreams and fantasies of centuries.

  • Editorial: Pedro Rebelo
  • Networked Music & Soundart Timeline (NMSAT): A Panoramic View of Practices and Techniques Related to Sound Transmission and Distance Listening, Jérôme Joy and Peter Sinclair
  • Network Musics: Play, Engagement and the Democratization of Performance, David Kim-Boyle
  • Continue reading

    Jan 5, 2010
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    Live Stage: Pauline Oliveros @ Sonorities [ie Belfast]

    profile-oliveros.jpgPauline Oliveros at Sonorities Festival of Contemporary MusicDroniphonia with iPHONES, Spatialization, Streaming environments and Multiple Instruments (2009) :: May 16, 2009;7:30 pm :: SARC, Harty Room and the Whitla Hall, Queen’s Unversity, Belfast.

    Droniphonia is based on the iPHONE application Srutibox by Henry Lowengard with environmental streams from Locus Sonus. Concept by Pauline Oliveros. Droniphonia has polytonal drones continually morphing timbres, volumes and fundamentals moving in space. Networked musicians (Belfast, Banff and Troy NY) listen to the drones and develop gradually overlapping improvised sounds and phrases – first solo and then between two or three players at a time in a slowly growing density and texture. Continue reading

    May 14, 2009
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    Live Stage: Sonic Bridge [us Chicago]

    border-wall-615.jpgSonic Bridgeover/through the wall/fence at the U.S.-Mexican border; a telematic event :: January 23, 2009; 9:30 pm :: Brown Rice, 4332 N. Kedzie Ave., 1st floor, Chicago, IL.

    The U.S. Immigration Policy could change soon, since Obama will be sworn into office shortly as the U.S.’s 44th President. Currently hundreds of miles of wall and fence stretch across the US-Mexico border, and the Bush administration is trying to make sure that the border fence gets extended as quickly as possible — in these final waning days of that lame duck administration.

    Sound artists and musicians will be part of a Sonic Bridge, a telematic performance that will run perpendicularly through the U.S.-Mexico border wall/fence, in conjunction with sound artists and musicians who live here in the U.S., Central America, and South America. Performers in remote locations will be able to interact with each other in real time. Continue reading

    Jan 16, 2009
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    Live Stage: Telematic Skip [Boston, Chicago, Taiwan, online]

    skip.jpgTelematic Skip – Experimental SimulSkype: Boston, Chicago, Taiwan :: January 9, 2009; 11:00 pm – 12:30 am (EST) … Chicago: 10:00 pm – 11:30 pm (CST) … Taiwan: 12:00 noon – 1:30 pm (Saturday) :: Mobius, 725 Harrison Ave., Boston.

    Telematic Skip, instigated by Dan Godston (CHICAGO – Brown Rice), involves performers who are in remote locations with a live audio and video feed between those locations. The initial plan is to use Skype but this could change to another live medium for communication depending on the circumstances — stay tuned. Telematic Skip will be broadcast live, at live. Continue reading

    Jan 7, 2009
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    Live Bits: Ars Electronica Commissions

    erde_animation_crop.gifCall for Proposals: Live Bits – Art Exploring Real-Time Connectedness :: Deadline: October 31, 2008.

    Ars Electronica invites artists and scientists to submit proposals for new and novel ways to connect, in real time, people to people, and people to environments in different physical locations. The goal is to expand and explore meaningful exchanges between remote groups of people.

    The one essential requirement for all proposals is live bits: real-time digital information via any network, of any viable quantity, and in any modality. In addition to symmetrical two-way communication, asymmetrical two-way communication and even one-way communication will be considered as long as a live component is present. “Fresh” and “canned” bits, as well as physically transported objects, may also be incorporated. Continue reading

    Oct 15, 2008
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    Live Stage: Telematic Performance: What’s wrong with the world? [uk London/Rio]

    wwwwwebstretch.jpgSTATION HOUSE OPERA: WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE WORLD? :: Until Sunday 4 May 2008 :: Tues – Sat 11pm (8pm Sunday) :: Soho Theatre Bar, London W1 :: Tickets 0870 429 6883 or book online :: Tickets £5

    From Soho to Rio: What’s wrong with the world? is a unique event performed in real time across two continents.

    Combining live performance in Soho’s theatre bar with real time video links from both London and Rio, What’s wrong with the world? takes the distance between the two cities and uses it to create a third, surprisingly intimate location where performers in London mingle, merge and collide with their counterparts in Rio. Continue reading

    Apr 30, 2008
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