Aug
10
6:00 PM18:00

25 Anos do Duo Adour — Sala Villa-Lobos, UniRio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Celebrating their 23rd Anniversary, Duo Adour (Andréa Adour, soprano, & Fabio Adour, guitar) also commemorates 25 years of musical activities. Specialised in contemporary music, the duo emphasises a repertory originally written for Soprano and Guitar, being in charge of both Brazilian and World Premieres of the work of several composers.

Both artists held a Doctor’s degree in Education by the Federal University of Minas Gerais and a Master’s in Music by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Andréa Adour is Professor of Music in Vocal Studies, Head of Extension programmes of the School of Music, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, and Head of the Research project “Africanias in Brazilian Vocal Music“. Fabio Adour is Professor of Music in Ear Training, Functional Harmony, Aural Transcription, and Head of Music Education in the same university.

Programme of the concert:

Acalanto, pro Theo (2000) - ANTÔNIO JARDIM

Odes a Ricardo Reis (2017) - RODRIGO MARCONI

Noite Escura (2010/16) - ALEXANDRE SCHUBERT

Vocalied (1995) - FABIO ADOUR

3 Cantigas Pessoanas (2019) - MARIO FERRARO

Três Canções de Vênus (2018) - RODRIGO PASCALE

Cantos proverbiais africanos (2016) - EDUARDO CAMENIETZKI

Day 1 (2017) - ELAINE THOMAZI-FREITAS

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Jul
8
to Jul 11

EVA London 2019 Electronic Visualisation and the Arts

Presented the paper:

Kendall, M., Mulla, M., Thomazi-Freitas, E. (2019) How Artists Can Develop Their Artwork, Its Market and Deliver Their Creative Content for Virtual Reality Environments?

Held annually in July, EVA London is one of the international Electronic Visualisation & the Arts conferences. It focuses on the development and application of  visualisation technologies to various domains, including art, music, dance, theatre and the sciences, covering the burgeoning creative uses of digital media for works of art and creative productions. It is a networking event for groups and projects, including European projects.

Details on the conference can be found at: http://computer-arts-society.com/events/2019/07/eva-london-2019

More details on the project can be found at: http://www.thepinghub.com/virtual_reality.html

 

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Aug
16
to Aug 17

Ping Hub – The Silk Road Journey: Past, Present and Future Exhibition

Artist Residency

A Virtual Reality experience that connected the exhibiting artists at Winns Gallery, London and Keeni Kessler Gallery, Penang together, using VR Platforms and Tools including Masterpiece VR and Google Tilt Brush. VR Director: Maureen Kendal; Lead on VR: Continuum (aka Sean); VRE Consultant: Finn Hobson; Project Manager: Alex Adams; Director of VRE: Mark Whittle; 3D Multimedia Team: Paul James, Akeshma Webster, Mehmet Mulla; VR Specialist: Patrick Morgan; Music composers: Rosemary Duxbury and Elaine Thomazi-Freitas; Panda TV: Xiaoyi Li; Film & Video producers: Yi Ma and MI Zou; UK Artists: Yanire Sylva Delgado, Fion Gunn, Vanja Karas, Alan Hudson, Jhy Yen Lo; Malaysia Artists: Doris Hafner, Aboud Fares, Ravishanker Rajagopal & Jonathan Rajagopal, Sliz da Silva; Photographer: Ping Zhang

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Feb
10
8:00 PM20:00

Pendulum New Music

Pendulum New Music – University of Colorado, Boulders; USA, February 2017. Samples from the music of No Contact (2016) have been sent to Katharina Rosenberger to be used on her work flowchart_I (2017) - part of a larger cycle of multi channel electro-acoustic compositions that all deal with the mapping of data derived from systems and organism characterized by flow.

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Aug
23
to Aug 24

ICMC 2013

ICMC 2013 – International Computer Music Conference – Perth/Australia, August 2013. Performance for live-video with music by composer Johnathan F. Lee. Work: Impetus Angularis

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Nov
9
to Nov 11

Sinus Ton

Sinus Ton – Magdeburger Tage der Elektroakustischen Musik, Magdeburg/Germany, 2012. Live-video work with live-music by composer Johnathan F. Lee. Work: Impetus Angularis

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May
24
to May 29

ICMC 2010

ICMC 2010 – International Computer Music Conference – NYC/Stony Brook, USA, 2010. Work: LHRNRT – live video & sound. Support: JCAMD - Design & Media REF 2009/13 – London Metropolitan University

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