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Day by day program / October, 2004
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Day by day program

Saturday, October 16, 2004

installationSound Installations

Apart from concerts, a selection of sound installations will be presented in the studios and public areas of IRCAM, some of them using real time interaction technology or virtual reality devices.

standsDemonstration stands

Presentation stands for laboratories, companies and educational establishments active in the field of music technology.

music-theatreLe Privilège des chemins by Fernando Pessoa
public visitResearch Teams

Scientific teams will present their projects and research presently underway.

public visitMultimedia library

Ircam’s Multimedia library is a specialist research library, acting as both Ircam’s living memory and a space for experimentation in new technologies of musical documentation, a tool unique to contemporary music and its associated sciences and technologies.

public visitStudio demonstrations
musicElectronic music concerts organized by Ars Longa

The third year of this kind of electronic music fringe festival, organized by Ars Longa in partnership with Confluences and Mains d’oeuvres.

exhibition"Listening" exhibition
conference"Research and Creation" conferences / First afternoon

Two afternoons dedicated to musical writing and interpretation from both a scientific and artistic perspective.

workshop-concertWorkshop-concerts: meet the composers

Resonances’ two main themes “musical writing” and “interpretation” will be addressed by composers who, with the help of Ircam performers, musical assistants and researchers, will present the main principles underlying their compositions, both in progress and already completed.

workshop-concertWorkshop-concerts: meet the performers

The illustration of the work and explorations of performers into new musical territories.

youth workshopYouth Educational Workshops

Ircam's education department offers the public the chance to discover and learn about some of the simple manipulations possible with two pieces of Ircam developed music software: Max and AudioSculpt. Also combining demonstrations and manipulations, a second workshop will be dedicated to Musique Lab applications developed at Ircam as part of a collaboration with the French Ministry of Education.


Copyright Ircam - Centre Pompidou 2004. Photos: Akira Natchi.