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We would like to invite you all to the Research Seminar with special guest Paul Rekret that will be talking about The Streaming Platform and Cultural Form
When performing within a touristic idiom, Surinamese Maroon folkloric groups face a conundrum—how and to what degree can they satisfy touristic appetites for the foreign and exotic, while promoting realistic self-images that validate their own experiences and cultural practices?
This event has been cancelled to prevent spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). We would like to welcome you all to a seminar with Dr. Arnar Eggert Thoroddsen who will give the talk: Music-making in a Northern Isle: Iceland and the “village” factor
Hvordan tenker en utøvende musiker om det å improvisere? Reiersrud har spilt med internasjonalt anerkjente musikere fra han var tenåring, og som musiker har han søkt forankring i alt fra blues til salmer, norske folketoner og afrikansk musikk.
Åpent for interesserte (samtalen er på norsk).
Prosjektet MUSEC er glade over å kunne samle så mange til et seminar dedikert til samspillet mellom musikk og medier i den digitale tiden. Dette er en anledning til å utvikle dette fagområdet generelt, samtidig som vi har det konkrete målet å utgi et spesialnummer i Norsk medietidsskrift.
Music is seen as the most immaterial of the arts, and recorded music as a progress of dematerialization—an evolution from physical discs to invisible digits. In Decomposed, Kyle Devine offers another perspective.
Jocelyne Guilbault (University of California, Berkeley) will be visiting us giving a talk on Party Music, Affect, and the Politics of Modernity. All welcome!
The first Research Seminar of the semester is dedicated to our new staff members and getting to know them and their research
Dag Langfoss-Håland will talk about his experience in music technology entrepreneurship, his startup company Soundio, the innovative Vibble App, and future plans.
We welcome you all to a lecture with Hallvard T. Bjørgum, one of Norway’s most legendary Harding fiddle players. In dialogue with professor Hans Weisethaunet, he will discuss the ‘the roots’ and ‘routes’ of Scandinavian music, the instrument, it’s origins, and connections to rock ’n’ roll and ’roots’ music. Be prepared to hear him demonstrate several famous Harding fiddle instruments.
We would like to invite you all to Dr. Maria Castellanos Vicente's presentation in the MCT Portal.
A lecture by Pedro Pestana on music technology and emergent audio technologies.
A lecture by Ole Nieling: "OLME: Brainwashing Future Generations - How Sonic Exploration impacts cultural & humanistic traits"
A lecture-demonstration by Pamela Z on voice, processing, gesture control, and interaction with video
A lecture by Edo Fouilloux on sonification, including sound design, interface implementation and perceptual analysis.
We would like to invite you all to the open lecture with bassist Arild Andersen.
A lecture by Thomas Hermann (Bielefeld) on sonification, including sound design, interface implementation and perceptual analysis.
A lecture by Daniel Formo (NTNU) on sonification, including sound design, interface implementation and perceptual analysis.
A lecture by Leif Arne Rønningen (NTNU) on sonification, including sound design, interface implementation and perceptual analysis.
A lecture by Øyvind Brandtsegg (NTNU) on sonification, including sound design, interface implementation and perceptual analysis.
We would like to invite you all to celebrate the launch of Postdoctoral Fellow Simon Høffding's new monograph A Phenomenology of Musical Absorption
This is the event for everyone interested in medieval music and music history! The new book Polyphony in Paris, focuses on the history of medieval music in thirteenth-century Paris, the ways in which music was created and the contexts in which it was performed.
We would like to welcome you all to a lecture with one of the most experienced studio musicians in the world, guitarist Georg «Jojje» Wadenius. He has experience playing with Steely Dan, Donald Fagen, Made in Sweden, Blood, Sweat & Tears and more.