Music concert with crowdsourced filming experiment
- The ESMUC Big Band (Conductor: Lluís Vidal)
- Tuesday, 26th of May, 19:00
- Free Entrance
- Outdoors stage @ L’Auditori
- Padilla 155, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
It seems like the world of classical music has started to take advantage of the possibilities that mobile devices and related technologies have. Not only within the Phenicx projects, similar efforts are happening elsewhere as well. The Philadelphia Orchestra has been developing their own mobile application (called LiveNote) for live concert following. With Ezra Wiesner, IT department of the Philadelphia Orchestra, we exchanged our experiences on the mobile apps.
The SU Summit organisers have contacted our team and provided us with the chance to demonstrate how concert experiences can be improved by applying technology to the concert that will happen during the Summit opening.
We presented the first post-live experience to a dedicated audience and experimented with a first artistic visualisation during a live performance.
Emilia Gómez, our Principal Investigator, has been interviewed by UPF's communication department. Emilia talks about the role of the Music Technology Group in the project, the project's current status and future challenges. You can read the complete interview here.
In our second live test in a venue during a classical music performance, last week in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, we presented the live score follower to the public for the first time. The reactions were anonymous!
On Nov 14, 2014, we (Gerhard Widmer and Markus Schedl from JKU) met with 16 lecturers and participants of a post-graduate study program on Music Communication, Edu
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Last week we’ve done the first of three exciting live experiments. The goal of PHENICX is to create a new digital concert experience. Part of this experience can also take place during an event in the venue. To get data on this use case, we did an experiment last week at the Concertgebouw: to guide listeners through the listening experience with timed text. The results were ‘interesting’ ;-)