This concert will feature works created with computers as creative partners drawing on a uniquely human tradition: instrumental folk music. The concert will showcase works involving composers and musicians co-creating music with a program developed by researchers at Queen Mary and Kingston Universities, London, drawing upon the features it has learned from the ‘celtic’ folk tradition, and combining it with human imagination. It will provide an exciting glimpse into how new musical opportunities are enabled by partnerships: between musicians from different traditions; between scientists and artists; and last, but not least, between humans and computers.
I will perform some of my works for Irish harp and live electronics, combining elements of Irish traditional music with computer sound, controlled via motion sensor and pitch detection.
The concert will also feature work / performances by:
Elaine Chew,Bob L. Sturm, Oded Ben-Tal, Ensemble x.y, and Daniel Banarsë
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