Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
£20 early bird, £30 full price
Concert performance £10 (£8)
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Technology in Musical Performance (TiMP) is a forum for all who engage with electronics in live music performance. The group aims to stimulate discussion and collaboration between performers, composers, sound artists, practitioners, programmers, software developers and sound designers on musical performance with/mediated by technology.
The symposium will feature a dynamic mix of performers, composers, technologists and academics, presenting cutting edge work in a variety of formats.
This is followed by acclaimed pianist and composer, Zubin Kanga performing newly commissioned works for piano and multimedia, drawing from a range of inspirations including internet culture, film, TV, video art and sci-fi culture. Programme features works by Alexander Schubert, Claudia Molitor, Oliver Leith and Nicole Lizée.
Symposium 10am-6pm - The Lab (registration from 9am)
Concert performance 7.30pm - Recital Hall