MuTeFest 2018: Discussion – Group musicianship and electronic music
The aim of this discussion is to map out the situation of shared music making in the electronic music cultures. With the prominent cultural figures of the DJ as well as the electroacoustic composer - both soloists - we can ask if the millenial ensemble tradition in music has changed with the adoption of electronic music tools. How is collective music making taking shape in the electronic era? – Otso Lähdeoja
Otso Lähdeoja is a researcher in the digital arts, Academy of Finland fellow, composer and guitarist. He holds a doctorate in music from Paris VIII University and has taken part to and lead a myriad of crossover artistic projects in Europe, North America and Asia. A leader of multiple research projects, Otso has just started a 5-year Academy of Finland-funded research project, with the subject “Intersubjectivity in Music; the Perspective of Technological Mediation".
The MuTeFest discussion is an emanation of this research project, fundamentally asking what is shared musicianship in electronic music, and what tools could be developed in order to enhance shared electronic music making.
You are welcome to join the conversation!
MuTeFest, 26.–30.11.2018, is an annual festival of concerts and events highlighting some of the many sides of the artistic work of the Centre for Music & Technology of the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki. This year edition celebrates Centre for Music & Technology 20 years.
Tickets: EUR 6 (Ticketmaster), EUR 5 (Music Centre); festival pass to all concerts 26 Nov – 30 Nov (NOTE: excluding the Kaiku-klubi event): EUR 17.50 (Ticketmaster), EUR 15 (Music Centre)