#ShareSymposium: MUSIC TECHNOLOGY, INCLUSION AND INNOVATION
We arrange two international symposiums about inclusion as the starting point of technical and artistic development within the music field.
During the symposiums, we will emphasise the possibilities – for the individual and for the arts – that music technology offers. We will discuss what is going on in the world around us right now and what we want the future to be like.
9th April in Nässjö, Sweden – Kulturhuset Pigalle
10th April in Västerås, Sweden – Västerås Concert Hall
• What does inclusive work mean to the artistic process?
• How can music technology unlock new doors for practitioners and pave the way for artistic development?
• What does it mean to work with an inclusive ensemble – as a musician and as a composer?
Representatives from ShareMusic & Performing Arts, invited Swedish and international guests and participants from the development project Digital Technique in Interdisciplinary Artistic Processes will take part in the conversation. Also, ShareMusic’s ensemble, Elefantöra will, together with Gageego!, perform the five pieces that have been composed this far – especially for them – as part of the project.
Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm
Price: 500 SEK
Students 100 SEK
Link to registration form.
Last day of register: 1 april.
Both symposiums are held in English.
Adrian Lee (UK), musician and composer
Deborah Kelleher (IRL) (only in Västerås), Director, Royal Irish Academy of Music
Professor Frank Lyons (UK), Dean of Research and Impact, Ulster University
Jesper Nordin (SWE) (only in Västerås), composer and CEO Gestrument
Jonas Jonasson (SWE), musician, composer and workshop leader ShareMusic
Jörgen Lindvall (SWE), Cultural Affairs Director, Region Jönköping County
Karen Power (IRL) (only in Nässjö), composer
Kent Olofsson (SWE), teacher in music theory, electroacoustic music and composition at Malmö Academy of Music, with students from the Master’s Programme in Composing.
Rikard Gateau (SWE) (only Västerås), Artistic & Managing Director, Västmanlandsmusiken
Sophia Alexandersson (SWE), CEO and artistic director, ShareMusic & Performing Arts
Thorben Dittes (UK), director, Royal Northern Sinfonia and the classical programme at Sage Gateshead
Tomas Hulenvik (SWE), composer
Tristan Guerney (UK), Chamber Music Curator, Royal Northern Sinfonia and violinist
The symposiums are arranged by ShareMusic & Performing Arts within the project Digital Technique in Interdisciplinary Artistic Processes, with support from Region Jönköping County and the Swedish Arts Council, and the project Initium with support from The Swedish Inheritance Fund. Webpage: www.sharemusic.seInternational symposiums about music technology and inclusion