Paulo de Assis, Lucia D'Errico & Juan Parra Cancino will be attending the European Research Music Conference in Barcelona (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) from June 11th to the 13th. They will present the research project MusicExperiment21, for which they received an ERC starting grant in 2013.
La Biennale di Venezia has awarded the Silver Lion to dancer and choreographer Marlene Monteiro Freitas, who has collaborated several times with the research cluster MusicExperiment21 at the Orpheus Institute.
We're happy to launch our first vinyl LP in the Orpheus Institute Series on Record Store Day! Explosive Compressions, after Bruno Maderna's Hyperion (Juan Parra Cancino in collaboration with HERMESensemble) is a new acousmatic version of Maderna's Hyperion. The release also includes six new essays by participants and scholars that reveal the historical, artistic, and theoretical background to the music and the project.
The Orpheus Institute is pleased to announce a new individual researcher rate for the first edition of the Orpheus Research Summit, 26-30 November 2018.
Institutional rate: €1850 (estimated cost price)
Reduced rate for individual researchers: €1400
The Orpheus Institute proudly introduces the first Orpheus Research Summit: advanced professional development for artistic researchers in music, a brand new event for established artist-researchers. From 26 – 30 November 2018 at the Orpheus Institute, Ghent.
A total of 644 entries were submitted for the 2018 Association of University Presses Book, jacket & journal show. The jurors selected 49 books, 1 journal, and 53 jackets and covers as the very best examples of university-press design. Our latest publication ‘Artistic Research in Music: Discipline and Resistance’ (Jonathan Impett, ed.), published by Leuven University Press and designed by Ghent based Studio Luc Derycke, has been selected in the Scholarly Typographic category!
We proudly invite you to our first Historical Piano Summer Academy to be held at the Orpheus Institute, July 3 – 12, 2018. In collaboration with Pianos Maene, Ruiselede (Belgium) Directed by Tom Beghin (Orpheus Institute and McGill University) and Erin Helyard (University of Melbourne).
Are you a pianist currently enrolled in a Master’s or Doctoral degree? Does your artistic research raise vexing questions about historical pianos? Are you craving hands-on experience on a certain type of instrument?
The Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Rome hosts on Monday Feb. 12 an evening on Artistic Research in Music with Leonella Grasso Caprioli from RAMI (Association for Artistic Research in Music in Italy). On the occasion of this event, there will be a book presentation of our latest publication Artistic Research in Music: Discipline and Resistance (Jonathan Impett, ed.) by Peter Dejans (Director of the Orpheus Institute) and Tiziano Manca (Associate Researcher) as well as a screening of Inside the Hearing Machine, the documentary by Tom Beghin (Principal Investigator) revealing the findings of his research project at the Orpheus Institute.
For the next fortnight, Orpheus Institute research fellow dr. Luk Vaes will be visiting the Performing Arts Research and Training Studios (P.A.R.T.S.) in Brussels, an initiative by the renowned Belgian dancer and choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. For the programme of the Advanced Research Studios, Luk Vaes will coach students in matters of Artistic Research, Experimentalism in music, and connections therein.