The 6th international conference on technologies for music notation and representation will take place from Monday May 10 to Thursday May 13 and be hosted by Hamburg University of Music and Drama (HfMT). The conference will include a special emphasis on Notation and Representation in the Time of a Pandemic.
The program will include daily paper presentations, workshops and concerts by international artists and researchers. Keynote speakers at TENOR 2021 will be Thor Magnusson (10.05.), Michael Maierhof (11.05.), Carola Bauckholt (12.05.) and Alexander Schubert (13.05.). The artistic programme will include, among many others, music by Christian Klinkenberg, Cat Hope, Jonathan Bell, Lindsay Vickery and Sandeep Bhagwati. Ensembles and artists in residence will be SPIIC Ensemble, Blue Print Ensemble, So Wrong it’s Right Trombone Quartet and the Bohlen-Pierce-clarinetists Nora-Louise Müller and Ákos Hoffmann.
The last two days of the conference will overlap with Klingt gut! Symposium on Sonic Art and Spatial Audio — an interdisciplinary event at the intersection of art and technology hosted by the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW). Attendees will be able to get passes at a reduced rate should they wish to participate in both conferences. TENOR 2021 and Klingt gut! 2021 will share two round tables together. First on May 12 with Natasha Barrett as keynote speaker at Klingt gut! and guests Hyunkook Lee, Daniel Rudrich, Markus Noisternig, Heather Frasch and Thor Magnusson. The event will be hosted by Rama Gottfried. The second round table on May 13 will focus on the (artistic) research project KiSS – Kinetics in Sound & Space in collaboration by HAW Hamburg and HfMT Hamburg.All events can be attended through Whova after registration. The regular price is 80 Euros and the discounted student price is 40 Euros. If you are a student, please send us a email and attach your student ID to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you a student discount code.
KLG 2020 / 21
5th International Symposium on Sonic Art and Spatial Audio
12th - 15th May 2021
klingt gut is an interdisciplinary event at the intersection of art and technology, with 4 days of lectures, workshops, roundtables, concerts, screenings and performances, and an online exhibition.
KLG 2020/21 has a special focus on sonic art, sound design, electro-acoustic music, spatial audio and extended / digital realities, featuring more than 100 artists and scientists from 24 countries.