Re: Zurich School of Music, Drama and Dance HMT opens Institute forComputer Music and Sound Technology Fwd:


Subject: Re: Zurich School of Music, Drama and Dance HMT opens Institute forComputer Music and Sound Technology Fwd:
From: Morgan Sutherland (skiptracer@gmail.com)
Date: Thu Oct 06 2005 - 18:39:39 EDT


Switzerland!

On 10/6/05, sylvi macCormac <macCormac@shaw.ca> wrote:
> hey hey Morgan
>
> there's a school. does it fit your criteria ? or have you tried Utrecht ?
>
> pest in th west, sylvi macCormac
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
> siwash rock & soundscape compostion
>
> Kevin Austin wrote:
>
> > Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 16:37:09 +0100 (BST)
> > From: Ed Benndorf <ed@dense.de>
> > Subject: Zurich School of Music, Drama and Dance HMT opens Institute
> > for Computer Music and Sound Technology
> >
> > Zurich School of Music, Drama and Dance HMT
> > Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology
> >
> > Press Release
> >
> > Zurich, October 4th, 2005
> >
> > Computer Music
> > Sound Technology
> > ICST!
> >
> > Zurich School of Music, Drama and Dance HMT opens the Institute for
> > Computer Music and Sound Technology (ICST) on October 26, 27 and 28,
> > 2005 with a rich variety of opening events at different locations in
> > Zurich, Switzerland.
> >
> > Computer music, at first a special style of New Music, has moved on
> > to become a melting pot of all kinds of artistic and scientific
> > areas. Computer music brings together the various kinds of music and
> > culture. Computer music is media art. It closes the gaps between the
> > arts.
> >
> > The ICST was the idea of Daniel Fueter, Rector of the Hochschule
> > Musik und Theater Zürich (HMT). It is divided into two departments,
> > Computer Music and Sound Technology. Its primary function is to carry
> > out research with particular emphasis on projects involving
> > collaboration between these two domains. Student, teachers and
> > researchers are welcome at the Institute to work on their projects.
> > The Institute also invites composers to do research or to realize
> > pieces in its studio. In addition, the ICST organizes several series
> > of public events during the school year, including the ICSTalk
> > lectures, monthly concerts in the Kleiner Saal in the Florhofgasse
> > and the "Generator" concert series for student compositions.
> >
> > Research in Sound Technology goes back to the end of the 19th
> > Century, that in Computer Music to the 1950's. Typically, Sound
> > Technology research has been driven by the recording industry with
> > the goal of developing better commercial products, while research in
> > Computer Music has typically striven to develop tools for musical
> > composition, and hence artistic expression. The ICST is one of very
> > few institutions in the world whose declared purpose is to bring
> > these two domains closer together by concentrating on research
> > calling on the resources of both.
> >
> > At the ICST, projects and ideas are visualized and discussed in
> > concerts, workshops and courses. Results are published online. At the
> > ICSTalk, experts of various fields talk about their work and invite
> > people to discuss their findings.
> >
> > A close relationship to the degree programs of the HMT is assured.
> > The Sound Engineer program, parts of the Composition Degree with
> > Specialization in Computer Music, the Post-Graduate Course in
> > Computer Music and most of the individual Computer Music courses are
> > given by staff member of the Institute. Staff members assist students
> > and faculty where appropriate and encourage them to develop research
> > projects to be realized at the ICST.
> >
> > We are happy to provide you more Informations and Images about the
> > University, the opening Events and the artists.
> >
> > Press contact: Dense PR - dense@dense.de
> >
> > ---
> >
> > Opening Events ICST ? Overview
> >
> > -> Opening
> >
> > Wednesday, 26 October 2005, 17:00
> >
> > Kleiner Saal, Hochschule Musik und Theater Zürich, Florhofgasse 6, 8001 Zürich:
> >
> > - Opening Speeches: Gerald Bennett, Head ICST and Daniel Fueter, Director HMT.
> > - Music: Françoise Barrière, Bruno Spoerri
> >
> > Thursday, 27 October 2005, 14:00
> >
> > Kleiner Saal, Hochschule Musik und Theater Zürich, Florhofgasse 6, 8001 Zürich:
> >
> > Open House Sound Technology
> > - James A. Moorer, Senior Computer Scientist, Adobe Systems: Domains
> > of Future Research in Sound Technology
> > - Dr. Markus Erne, Department Head Sound Technology: Multi Channel
> > Audio Today and Tomorrow
> >
> > 15:00 ? 18:00 Vortragssaal, Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst
> > HGKZ, Ausstellungsstrasse 60, 8005 Zürich:
> >
> > AudioVisual
> > Videos non-stop: COH, Jasch, Oval, Pita/Jade, Bernd Schurer/Bettina
> > Disler, Steinbrüchel/Brusa
> >
> > 20:00 Rohstofflager/Tonimolkerei, Förrlibuckstrasse 109, 8005 Zürich:
> >
> > -> Concerts
> >
> > - Steinbrüchel; Martin Neukom: Study 7.1; Stephan Wittwer;
> > Jean-Claude Risset: Octant. Jasch: Codespace; Oval; COH. Mego
> > classics by Pita; domizil favourites by Marcus Maeder
> >
> > Friday, 28 October 2005, 14:00
> >
> > Kleiner Saal, Hochschule Musik und Theater Zürich, Florhofgasse 6, 8001 Zürich:
> >
> > Open House Computer Music
> > - Jean-Claude Risset: Music Research Issues for Sound Synthesis
> > - Clarence Barlow: ISIS - An Alternative Approach to Sound Waves
> > - Dr. Martin Neukom: Music and Computer Music ? Why I Make Music With Computers
> > - Christian Schneider: HyperSphere, an Ambisonic Audio-Sequencer for OSX
> >
> > 15:00 ? 18:00 Vortragssaal, Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst
> > HGKZ, Ausstellungsstrasse 60, 8005 Zürich:
> >
> > AudioVisual
> > Videos non-stop: COH, Jasch, Oval, Pita/Jade, Bernd Schurer/Bettina
> > Disler, Steinbrüchel/Brusa
> >
> > 19:30 Grosser Saal, Hochschule Musik und Theater Zürich, Florhofgasse
> > 6, 8001 Zürich:
> >
> > -> Concerts
> >
> > Jean-Claude Risset: Sud
> > Judy Klein: From the Journals of Felix Bossonet
> > Clarence Barlow: Sinophonie I, fLvXv$
> > Joachim Heintz: Ambi-Schlagfluss
> >
> > Bernd Schurer: Ephemeral III
> > Oval: Ohne Titel
> >
> > Gary Berger: Unküpfbar zerrissen
> > Karin Ernst, Susann Wehrli: Die Geister, die sie riefen
> > Bruno Spoerri: Hausmusik
> >
> > Gerald Bennett: Un Madrigal gentile
> > Philippe Kocher: New Piece
> > Rachel Eisenhut: kurzes/treffen
> > Kornelia Bruggmann, Peter Färber, Johannes Schütt: Tegna
> >
> > ---
> >
> > Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology
> > Hochschule Musik und Theater HMT
> > Florhofgasse 6
> > CH-8001 Zürich
> > icst@hmt.edu
> >
> > http://www.icst.net
>
>



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