After three years of research, we invite the audience of Barcelona to discover the technologies developed in the frame of the PHENICX project with a special event that will include different activities:
The PHENICX consortium is happy to have collaborated on a TV episode on 'the science behind conducting' of the Dutch popular science magazine 'De Kennis van Nu'.
In the episode, Álvaro Sarasúa will demonstrate his work on analysis of conductor movements in live experiments with the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, and also show an interactive demo in which gestures shape expressive articulation in music. Cynthia Liem will demonstrate how performers (and conductors) have own freedom in shaping their performances, and showcase her work on comparative orchestral performance analysis.
Emilia Gómez was interviewed at the program "Longitud de Onda", Radio Clássica, Spanish National Radio (Radio Nacional de España)
In the week of October 19-22, the ICT conference of the European Commission is taking place, attracting thousands of ICT enthusiasts from academia, industry and young-and-upcoming target groups to Lisbon.
Of course, PHENICX will be here as well! We already appeared in the Press Room of the Digital Agenda for Europe, and in the coming days, you can catch us at the following events:
What? Workshop: Understanding human creativity in music
When? Wednesday October 21st, 2015
Where? Lisbon, Portugal
Computational models of symphonic music: challenges and opportunities
keynote speech at the Mathematics and Computation in Music Conference that took place in London 22-25 June 2015. MCM is the flagship conference of the Society for Mathematics and Computation in Music (SMCM), whose official publication is the Journal of Mathematics and Music (JMM).
The Phenicx consortium organized a Collaborative Video Festival during the ESMUC Big Band concert that took place last May 26th at the outdoors stage in l'Auditori, in Barcelona. The goal of this experiment was twofold: first, we wanted to evaluate some of the technologies developped in the context of Phenicx, but we also wanted to check these technologies beyond the classical music environment at the same time that we showed the research results to other musical communities (Jazz musicians and enthusiasts)