PREMIERE Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, September 5, 2015. As part of the Tura new music Scale Variable Series. 7.30pm. This is a concert dedicated to Animated Notation, an emerging form of music notation where graphic instructions are put into action through interactive computing, video and lighting. The […]
noteScape by Brandon Skinner, premiered at the Future Music Oregon (FMO) concert, Spring 2015.
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.
Paris, France, 29-30 May 2015 University of Paris-Sorbonne / Ircam The deadline to submit papers is January 31. For more information, click here.
The December, 2014 issue of Organized Sound features a number of articles relevant to the topic of animated music notation, real-time score generation, etc. Authors include Lindsay Vickery, David Kim-Boyle, Filipe Lopes, Lonce Wyse and Jude Yew, Thor Magnusson, Arne Eigenfeldt and others. Click here to be redirected […]
Nick Collins’ Chasing Visuals. Click here to see the score [runs in the browser].
Paul Turowski’s Hyperions for solo instrument. Click here for more information on Paul’s work, or find him under the composers tab.
Josten Myburgh’s Dedications, for voices, chamber ensemble, and 8 speakers. Click here for more information on Josten’s work, or find him under the composers tab.
Golan Levin’s Scrapple , an installation/performance piece/object, incorporates an animated or active notation into its functionality and presentation.