Sonic Fusion

Listening Cities Presentation Session 3

Date: Friday 22 March 2013
Time: 10.00 – 11.00am
Venue: Room 329, MediaCityUK Campus, University of Salford
Tickets: FREE. Booking required

 

How does the city change, beginning from an analysis of perceived sounds? How does the urban context of affiliation develop itself in the time and in relationship with its location to other situated contexts in other European geographical areas? How do we communicate and to teach these topics?

 

Listening cities aims to promote a heightened awareness of acoustic communication within urban environments and contexts. It allows for the exchange of creative practice by way of concerts in each of the partner countries, the authoring of research papers and presentations on subjects pertaining to the nature and future development of sonic art. The ‘Listening Cities’ project partners: Tempo Reale (Italy); Group de Musique Vivantes Lyon (France); Alte Schmiede (Vienna, Austria) and the Electroacoustic Music Research and Applications Laboratory of the Ionian University Corfu (Greece) will give presentations on their work.

 

Presentations by:
Professor Peter Mechtler “50 years of Electroacoustic Music at the University for Music and the Performing Arts, Vienna”
Manoli Moriaty (University of Salford) "on 7412”

 

Practical Details

This event is part of Salford Sonic Fusion Festival. Places are limited and pre-booking is recommended.

 

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