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2015/02/27 Conlon Foundation Residency

 

 

 

Due Date: 
27/02/2015

 

In 2015 the Conlon Foundation is starting up a residency program for composers interested in working with the foundation's Yamaha Disklavier to create an imaginative composition for Disklavier solo with electronics, and/or for combinations with other media, with the option of using a pianist. Using alternative controllers, video, live sampling or the 'preparation' of the Disklavier are among the possible techniques to be utilized in the realization of the composer's artistic ideas. In collaboration with Gaudeamus, the Conlon Foundation offers a two week residency in one of the studios in the Muziekhuis Utrecht, The Netherlands. Aside from the Disklavier, these studios are equipped with a (possibly multichannel) sound system, various microphones and other equipment. The intention is to host two residents in the same period sharing the studio, to encourage crossfertilisation. The residency should eventually result in a composition to be performed at a concert organized by Gaudeamus. Deadline 2015/02/27
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