Excited for #ShareSymposium: Be the Change this September? Join our pre-talks!
ShareSymposium offers a community and platform for everyone interested in the global partnership to reduce inequality in art and culture. We provide research, knowledge, good examples, live music and urgent conversations in a relevant context. Welcome – leaders, arts practitioners, decision makers, educators, students.
This autumn, more specifically on September 16th, the next symposium will take place at the venues of our partner the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. As a warmup we invite you to conversations where we focus on artistic communication, co-creation, creative technology, ensemble development and interdisciplinary exploration. The talks are conducted digitally and will be held in English. The second talk takes place on April 21st.
This is The Decade of Action – Be the Change.
#Sharesymposium: Talk 2
Date & time: April 21st at 10.30–12.00 (CEST)
Theme: Development of Repertoire and Ensembles
The collaboration with Hugo Boothby is called Listening with Elephant Ears. The composition explores the sound aesthetics that arise when using VoIP and the effects on listening. VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocols and controls how sound works on platforms such as zoom. The project is part of Hugo Boothby’s ongoing PhD research at the Department of Art, Culture and Communication at Malmö University. The collaboration with Rosanna, ALTER, is an installation as well as an ensemble piece. The musicians in the ensemble shape, re-shape and sculpt the electroacoustic voice of the installation. This is a composition that is in constant and reverse metamorphosis.
Klas Nevrin – Senior Lecturer at the Department of Jazz at the Royal College of Music
Hugo Boothby – Composer and doctoral student at Malmö University
Rosanna Gunnarsson – composer and sound artist
Evelina Larsson – Musician and member of Elefantöra
Liv Dahlstrand – Musician and member of Elefantöra
Sophia Alexandersson – Chief executive and artistic director, ShareMusic & Performing Arts