Christian M. Fischer has just announced the call for works for the Animated Notation Symposium, an exclusively online symposium open to art and scientific works relating to the animated notation of music.
Proceed with the Tenor 2015 Proceedings:
Seminar on notation featuring presentations by Karim Barkati (Weezic), Jean Bresson, Robert Piéchaud, Filipe Lopes, Dominique Fober (GRAME), and Pierre Couprie (IReMus – Paris-Sorbonne University). Documentation of each presentation can be found here.
Paris, France, 29-30 May 2015 University of Paris-Sorbonne / Ircam The deadline to submit papers is January 31. For more information, click here.
Looks like there could be some interesting notation-based conversations happening at NIME this year. According the official release, the workshop will be held in two parts: 1. Overview of the notation history, tools, uses and problematics: Building a map of the different approaches, in interaction with invited participants […]