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People's Palace, Queen Mary, University of London
Saturday 1 December 2012, 10am - 5pm
CALLING ALL COMPOSERS: Here's your chance to have your music performed, recorded, and published by the London Chamber Orchestra!
Join the London Chamber Orchestra and the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London, for a fascinating study day exploring the relationship between music and digital technology.
Expand your creative potential with world-class composers:
2009 Rome Prize Winner in Musical Composition
Music Fellow, Rambert Dance Company
Professor of Computer Music, Plymouth University
Founder, Nonclassical record label and club night
Explore exciting new technologies with QMUL's leading-edge researchers:
Professor of Digital Music
MuSA.RT (Music on the Spiral Array, Real Time)
Lecturer in Digital Media
Magnetic Resonator Piano
Research Fellow, Engineering and Physical Science Research Council/Royal Academy of Engineering
Following the study day, participants will be invited to submit a proposal for a short composition for an LCO ensemble using one or more of the featured technologies. Up to six pieces will be selected for an open workshop in late April 2013 and a pre-concert performance before the LCO season finale at Cadogan Hall on Friday 17 May 2013. These performances will be recorded, and the scores will be published by LCO and C4DM.
Open to the public. Proposal submissions are open to current students, recent graduates, and academic staff in higher education. Limited places available.
Registration for this event is now closed.
Call for Composers