Concordia Live and Interactive Electroacoustic Colloquium (Montreal 26/3)
Apologies for cross-posting
Two live-electronics events at Concordia (Montreal) in less than 10 days:
Concordia Live and Interactive Electroacoustic Colloquium 2011 (26/3)
Concerto for T-Stick and Two Laptop Orchestras (25/3)
Concordia Live and Interactive Electroacoustic Colloquium (CLIEC) 2011
Concordia Hexagram Institute for Research/Creation in Media Arts and Technologies
In Collaboration with Concordia’s Music Department (Electroacoustics)
Saturday, March 26th 2011, 9AM-11PM
FREE ADMISSION (requires registration)
@ Concordia Music Department
MB Building, 8th Floor
1450 Rue Guy
Montreal, QC H3H 0A1
A one day colloquium focusing on issues surrounding the marriage between electroacoustics and the performing and media arts. Topics include interdisciplinary collaboration, artistic and technological innovation, comprovisation, human-machine interface, aural and visual perception, laptop orchestras/ensembles, notation, preservation, stage techniques, audience interaction, related education and pedagogy, social and cultural contexts, and others.
Admission is free but requires registration.
To register follow this link: http://cliec2011.hexagram.ca/ or send an email to email@example.com with the subject "registration request: your name". Your registration will be confirmed by email.
Presenters include keynote speakers Bob Gluck and Neil Rolnick, Per Bloland, Thomas Ciufo, Rebecca Danard, Mara Helmuth, David Ogborn, Alyssa Lai, Stephanie Moore, David Rothenberg, Benjamin Schroeder, Isabella Stefanescu, Klaus Engel, Miles Thorogood, and Alan Tormey.
The evening concert consists of performances by Neil Rolnick and Bob Gluck, Liselyn Adams (with Jérôme Delapierre, Navid Navab, and Pamela Reimer), Adam Basanta, Thomas Ciufo, Rebecca Danard and Mara Helmuth, and KimMin Kyu.
More information is available on http://cliec2011.hexagram.ca/
Concerto for T-Stick and two laptop orchestras
Friday, March 25th 2011, 8PM
DB Clarke Theatre
Concordia University, Hall Building
1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Thirty laptopists from The Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk) and McMaster’s cybernetic orchestra will collaborate with T-Stick performer D. Andrew Stewart in a live performance at the DB Clarke Theatre.
The concert will also include networked performances by CLOrk and The Cybernetic Orchestra, utilizing inter-client communication and control over wifi.
The Cybernetic Orchestra is directed by David Ogborn and CLOrk is directed by Eldad Tsabary.