KlangArt Festival + KlangArt Congress "New Music & Technology", 1999, June, 10 - 13


Subject: KlangArt Festival + KlangArt Congress "New Music & Technology", 1999, June, 10 - 13
From: Bernd Enders (Bernd.Enders@uni-osnabrueck.de)
Date: Wed Jun 02 1999 - 15:26:52 EDT


NEWS NEWS NEWS
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5th International Congress "New Music & Technologies 1999" (10th to 13th
June, 1999)
at the University of Osnabrueck, Castle - main building

        Main Topic 1999: Global Village - Global Brain - Global Music

        Chair of Congress: Prof. Dr. Bernd Enders
        Representative: Dr. Joachim Stange-Elbe
        TEL: (+)541/969-4147 Fax: (+)541/969-4775
        e-mail: jstangee@uni-osnabrueck.de

http://www.musik.uni-osnabrueck.de/veranstaltungen/klangart

More than 40 internationally renouned lectures from Germany and abroad,
i.e. Canada, Japan, Newzealand, USA, England, Austria, Switzerland, France,
Norway and others, will offer lectures and seminars under music-theoretical,
pedagogical and artistic aspects. For detailed information on the programme
of the congress, please visit our website (see address above).

The lectures could be heard live via Internet (RealAudio).
You could also participate in the round-table-discussion at sunday if
you´ll visit our chatroom.

At the same time of the Congress, there will be a second muscial event, the
festival 'Klangart', organized by the municipalities of Osnabrueck. As Top
act we can expect the Group Tangerine Dream, the famous Robot ensemble
Amporphic Robot Works, and a Multi-Media Concert with Eberhard Schoener and
the German Culture Group CAN (1999, June 25th).

Additionally we will organize the CongressConcerts:

Friday, June 11th, 19:00
:
Mark Bromwich & Julie Wilson-Bokowiec (Dept. of Music, University of
Huddersfield)
   Zeitgeist (Spirit of the Age) (Dancer: Julie Wilson-Bokowiec (Electronic
Dance Theatre))

Zeitgeist is a powerful real-time performance. The Zeitgeist is a dancer;
half cyborg, half geisha - a contemporary archetype - exploding the
postmodern myth of isolation and economies on the intimate edge of the body
as hyper-sensual being. Zeitgeist explores the notions of the thinking
skin, the ancient imaginal flesh, the kinetic power of the body which leads
the mind into the realms of its own deep psychology. A performance which
features Electronic Dance Theatre's Bodycoder System a wireless sensor suit
worn by a dancer which enables real-time control and manipulation of both
sound and visual parameters.

André Ruschkowski (Mozarteum Salzburg)
SALZBURGTRUM - A virtual tour of the town
Videoperformance (Premiere in Osnabrueck) with 8-channel playback

Saturday, June 12th, 19:00

K@rlheiz Essl (Studio for Advanced Music & Media Technology Wien)
   fLOW Solo-Computerperformance

Jan Beran (Zürich)
   Piano concert No. 1
   Performance für Solo-Klavier und Tonband

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We would appreciate it if you could publish this information in its
complete form, or as an extract, or pass it on respectively. Thank you very
much in advance.

Please accept our apologies if you received this message several times.

Yours sincerely,

Bernd Enders

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KlangArt Congress Program 1999, June 10 – 13

1999, June 10th

Thu. 14.00
Congress opening
(with the vice-president of the University of Osnabrueck Prof. Dr. G.
Borstel, Mr. R. Mohaupt, Federal Ministry of Education & Research Bonn, Dr.
M. Wartenberg, German Music Council, and the Congress Coordinator and Dean
of the faculty Prof. Dr. Bernd Enders)

Thu. 14.15
Prof. Dr. Thomas A. Troge (Staatl. Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe, INM -
Inst. für Neue Musik)
Global Village, Global Brain, Global Music – Realität oder Fiktion?

Thu. 15.15
Dr. Norbert Schlaebitz (Universitaet Paderborn)
Weltenklang oder: Das Werk im Netz

Thu. 15.15
Jochen Stolla (Technische Universitaet Berlin)
Zwischen Naturtreue und Illusion - Zum Begriff der Natuerlichkeit bei der
elektroakustischen Übertragung klassischer Musik

Thu. 16.30
Prof. Dr. Simon Emmerson (City University, London)
Crossing cultural boundaries through technology?

Thu. 16.30
Prof. Hans-Peter Haller (Freiburg)
Elektronische Klangsteuerung in Echtzeit – Neue Klangraeume
Umwandlung von Vokal- und Instrumentalklaengen – Neue Klanggestalten

Thu. 17.30
Prof. Hans-Joachim Braun (Universitaet der Bundeswehr, Hamburg)
Militaertechnik, musikalische Technik, Technologietransfer: Anmerkungen
zu ihrem Verhaeltnis in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts

Thu. 17.30
Mark Bromwich & Julie Wilson-Bokowiec (Dept. of Music, University of
Huddersfield)
The Bodycoder System: Intensifying the Collaborative Process Through the
Use of New Technology (lecture with performance)

1999, June 11th

Fri. 9.15
Dr. Iannis Zannos (Staatl. Inst. für Musikforschung, Preussischer
Kulturbesitz Berlin)
Basic Concepts for Sound Modeling and Their Applications

Fri. 9.15
Prof. Dr. Guerino Mazzola (ETH Zuerich /University of Laval, Quebec)
Degenerative Theory of Tonal Music

Fri. 10.15
Dr. Christoph Reuter / Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Voigt (Universitaet zu Koeln)
Die Klangfarbe des Theremins

Fri. 10.15
Ian Whalley (University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand)
»Unarted« Territory: Digital Music Techniques and the Development of
Neo-world Music Styles

Fri. 11.30
Dr. Joel Chadabe (USA)
A Portrait of the Interactive Musical Instrument

Fri. 11.30
Prof. Dr. Jobst P. Fricke (Universitaet zu Koeln, Musikwiss. Inst.)
Regionale Idiome in der Popmusik

Fri. 12.30
Hildegard Westerkamp (Vancouver, Canada)
Das Komponieren mit Umweltklaengen: Materielle Ausbeutung oder
Bewußtseinsvertiefung?

Fri. 12.30
Rodney Waschka II (North Carolina State University, USA)
Artist Responses to Changes in Music Technology

Fri. 14.15
Dr. Georg Hajdu (Musikhochschule Münster)
Der globale Komponist – Praeliminarien zur Entwicklung einer vernetzten
Echtzeitkompositionsumgebung

Fri. 14.15
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kopiez (Musikhochschule Hannover)
Kritische Diskussion moderner Multimedia-Software für Musiktheorie und
Musikpaedagogik

Fri. 15.15
Dr. André Ruschkowski (Salzburg)
SALZBURGTRUM - Ein virtueller Stadtrundgang:
Eine neuartige Verbindung musikalischer Ideen und technologischer Prozesse

Fri. 15.15
Dr. Bernhard Cronenberg (University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Graz)
Sequenzerprogramme und CD-ROMs als Hilfsmittel des Musikerziehers –
praktische Beispiele einer sinnvollen Integration des Computers in den
Musikunterricht.

Fri. 16.30
Dr. Eric Lyon (Dartmouth College, USA) /
Professor Dr. Hisagazu Igarashi (IAMAS = Int. Academy for Media Art &
Science, Ogaki City, Gifu, Japan)
NetMix Audio

Fri. 16.30
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Muessgens (Universitaet Osnabrueck)
Untersuchungen zum musikalischen Schrifterwerb. Das Computerkolleg Musik
in der Grundschule

Fri. 17.30
Prof. Dr. Jan Beran (Uni Konstanz, Zuerich)
On the composition of the Piano concert No. 1

Fri. 17.30
Dr. Peer Sitter (Neukirchen-Vlynn)
Schulen ans Netz! - Musikunterricht ans und durchs Netz?

1999, June 12th

Sat. 9.15
Papersession II
Dr. Albert Gräf (Johannes Gutenberg-Universitaet, Mainz)
Terrestrisches Digitales Radio – Grundlagen, Anwendungen und Planungsprobleme

Heiner Klug (Universitaet Duesseldorf)
Digitales Musizieren .... Analoges Musizieren

Sat. 9.15
Prof. Dr. Bernd Enders (Universitaet Osnabrueck)
Die Musikbibliothek im Internet - Multimedia-Publishing Online

Sat. 10.15
Prof. Dr. Oliver Vornberger (Universitaet Osnabrueck)
Multimedia im Internet

Sat. 10.15
M.A. Bernd Schabbing (Universitaet der Bundeswehr, Hamburg)
Musik goes digital. Chancen und Probleme der weltweiten Vermittlung
digitalisierter Musik

Sat. 11.30
Prof. Dr. Karl-Juergen Kemmelmeyer (Musikhochschule Hannover)
Klangexperimente mit MIDI, Computer und Tonband. Didaktische Anregungen
für den Musikunterricht.

Sat. 11.30
Joran Rudi (Norsk nettverk for Teknologi, Akustikk og Musikk, Oslo)
"DSP" - Sound Synthesis and Educational Aims

Sat. 12.30
Reimer Flügel (Schulleiter in Horneburg)
Der Computer als staendig verfuegbares Arbeitsmittel im Musikunterricht

Sat. 14.15
Alex Merck (Redakteur der Fachzeitschrift für Studiotechnik ProductionPartner)
Einfluesse der Fortschritte in der Kommunikations- und
Informationstechnologie auf die Lage der im Musikbereich taetigen Personen
und Unternehmen

Sat. 14.15
Ludger Rehm (Gymnasium Damme)
Versuch über Musikpaedagogik und computer-literacy

Sat. 15.15
Eberhard Schoener (Muenchen)
Anima als Bindeglied zwischen Global Village und Global Brain

Sat. 15.15
Heino Klemenz (Arbeitskreis für Schulmusik)
Multimediale Technologie im Musikunterricht

Sat. 16.30
Dr. John Palmer (University of Hertfordshire, London)
Which Global Music?

Sat. 16.30
Prof. John Fitch (University of Bath)
Teaching Software Synthesis: From Hardware to Software Synthesis

Sat. 17.30
Nye Parry , PhD Student (City University & Guildhall School of Music and
Drama, London)
Sonic Arts Network

Sat. 17.30
Papersession I
Martin Gieseking (Universitaet Osnabrueck)
Gestaltung notengraphischer Interaktionsschnittstellen für Musiklernprogramme

Christian Spevak (University of Hertfordshire)
Computerbasierte Erkennung von Klangereignissen

1999, June 13th

Sun. 10.00
Dr. Thomas Noll & Joerg Garbers (TU Berlin)
Globale Musiktheorie

Sun. 10.00 Uhr
Barry Truax (Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC Canada)
Soundscape Composition as Global Music

Sun. 11.00
Dr. Karlheinz Essl (Studio for Advanced Music & Media Technology Wien)
Komponieren im Cyberspace

Sun. 11.00
Dr. Joachim Stange-Elbe (Universitaet Osnabrueck)
Die analytische Interpretation – Thesen und Simulationen

Sun. 12.15
Round-Table discussion: ´Global village, global brain, global music´
(Prof. Dr. Simon Emmerson, Prof. Dr. Bernd Enders, Prof. Dr. Niels Knolle,
Prof. Dr. Guerino Mazzola - Moderator, Eberhard Schoener, Dr. Norbert
Schlaebitz, Prof. Thomas Troge)

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Prof. Dr. Bernd Enders

Universität Osnabrück Forschungsstelle Musik- und Medientechnologie Schloß, Neuer Graben, D-49069 Osnabrück

http://www.fmt.uni-osnabrueck.de

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