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Professor David Huron from the Ohio State University will lecture on "the Musically Sublime".
Professor David Huron (Ohio State University) will lecture on "A Theory of Sadness: Melancholy, Grief, and Nostalgia".
This month's WoNoMute seminar features Alexandra Murray-Leslie: The Liberation of the Feet: Costuming the Foot for Theatrical Audiovisual Expression As a ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’
MusicLab Vol. 3 explores the phenomenon of rhythm - in music and in the body - all within MusicLab’s unique blend of research and edutainment through an intellectual warm-up with world-leading experts, music-dance performances and data jockeying with our house DJ and anyone else interested.
Welcome to the opening conference of RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion. Lectures, panels, music and party!
In connection with RITMO International Motion Capture Workshop, Peter Vuust will hold the lecture Groove on the Brain - predictive coding of rhythmic interaction. The lecture is open for all.
In connection with RITMO International Motion Capture Workshop, Marc Leman will hold the lecture The entrainment of body rhythms with music / for music. The lecture is open for all.
In connection with RITMO International Motion Capture Workshop, Marcelo M. Wanderley will hold the lecture Motion Capture of Music Performances: Overview of almost 2 decades of research. The lecture is open for all.
A workshop for exploring advanced methods for capturing and analysing human music-related motion.
WoNoMute is presenting Miranda Moen and her seminar: "Diversity, Ableism and Technology in Music".
This data comes from a DSQ concert in Køge, Denmark in the fall of 2018.
Andrea Schiavio (University of Graz) will lecture on "Being, Knowing, and Doing. 4E Cognition and the Dynamics of Musical Development".
The distinguished scholar, professor John Richardson, will be holding a guest lecture on 26 September. The lecture’s title is: The Politics of New Aesthetic Categories in Nordic Pop Performances. Everyone is invited to attend.
The Nordic Sounds seminar, "Making and Unmaking Myths: Popular Music in the Nordic Region Today", is held at Örebro University, September 19th-20th, 2018.
Bring your own lunch and get some food for thought at RITMO's Food and Paper talk. Our guest today is Tommy Himberg from Aalto University.
Karsten Specht (University of Bergen) will lecture on Rhythm, Tempo, and the Brain: fMRI studies in Bergen
Join us for an informal evening of hacking on data recorded during MusicLab vol 1 and 2: sound, video, muscle sensors (EMG) and breathing.
Composer-researcher Oded Ben-Tal presents his ongoing research in music artificial intelligence.
Maria Witek (Birmingham) will lecture on "Musical Groove: Effect on pleasure, body-movement and the brain".
The Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) is pleased to invite members of the Nordic Sounds network to a Symposium on Sámi arts, sounds, music, environment, and politics, which concludes the programme of off-site and discursive events accompanying the current exhibition 'Let the River Flow. The Sovereign Will and the Making of a New Worldliness'.
Swedish artist-developer Alexander Berman presents his latest research.
Jim Tørresen and Charles Martin (RITMO/IFI) will present on the topic "Time series analysis and prediction with sequence learning and recurrent neural networks (RNN)".
MusicLab Vol. 2 explores the concept of breathing - in music and in the body. All within MusicLab’s unique blend of research and edutainment through hands-on workshops, intellectual warm-ups, performances and data jockeying.
Results from the 2018 Norwegian Championship of Standstill, held at the University of Oslo.
Welcome to the first Nordic Sounds meeting of the new semester! Professor Hallgjerd Aksnes will give a presentation with the title "Geirr Tveitt and the Teutonic Plague: The History of Effect of Baldur’s Dreams".