A Festival of (Musical) Algorithms

January 27, 2012 at 11:21 am Leave a comment

I’ve heard of computing conferences, and music festivals, and even computer music conferences.  I love the idea of a music festival where there are “Live Algorithms Concerts.”  This is what “Computing for Everyone” is about for me — when computing becomes part of what you do. Not necessarily invisibly–I like the idea that these musicians use algorithms, recognize that, and call them that.

This April will see musicians, artists and coders come to London for a festival of what can be done with the SuperCollider audio programming environment.

Tickets are available from £70 <http://www.sc2012.org.uk/tickets/> for a whole week of sonic inspiration featuring:

==MUSIC==

– LIVE ALGORITHMS CONCERT – three specially-commissioned musicians

will be improvising live on stage, collaborating with

responsive musical algorithms for the first time.

PLEASE SEE OUR CALL FOR CODERS:

http://www.sc2012.org.uk/live/algorithms/

– LIVECODE EVENING – codefaced people hacking music in front of your eyes:

http://www.sc2012.org.uk/live/code/

– ELECTROACOUSTIC CONCERT of new multi-channel works

for electronics and featuring musicians from the Plusminus

Ensemble:

http://www.sc2012.org.uk/live/concert/

– CLUB NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA, rounding off the festival in style

with a panoply of audiovisual acts,

and headlined by A SPECIAL GUEST TO BE ANNOUNCED…

http://www.sc2012.org.uk/live/club/

==ART==

Sonic art exhibition held in the Mile End Park,

with works both indoors in the Art Pavilion and outdoors in the park:

http://www.sc2012.org.uk/art/

==WORKSHOPS==

For new and intermediate users to learn audio hackery and interactivity with SuperCollider:

http://www.sc2012.org.uk/workshops/

==CONFERENCE==

Three days of talks from an international range of musicians, artists, researchers and coders:

http://www.sc2012.org.uk/conference/

* Tickets for the whole week are available from £70 *

http://www.sc2012.org.uk/tickets/

(Early-bird tickets until the end of February

– so get them quickly)

Please forward to your networks!

All details are on the website, and you can also follow @scsymposium

The Open University is incorporated by Royal Charter (RC 000391), an exempt charity in England & Wales and a charity registered in Scotland (SC 038302).

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