LANDSCAPES AND ENVIRONMENTS: EXPERIMENTATION AND TRANSFORMATION IN SOUND AND MUSIC

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The annual INTIME Symposium is a two-day symposium of papers and performances hosted by the INTIME music research group at Coventry (UK) University. The symposium seeks to discuss and theorise on current practice in experimental music. It aims to deepen our understanding of existing and emerging repertoires and practices.

INTIME is a music research group based in the School of Media & Performing Arts, Coventry University.  INTIME aims to brings together creative musicians and academics who are interested in interrogating the experimental in music: to research and disseminate music and sonic art.  INTIME convenes an annual Symposium on experimental music, organises concerts, music competitions, CD recordings and supports the music research activities within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

Listen to more audio recordings from the 2015 symposium HERE

Experimental music is music that is unorthodox, that mixes styles and forms, that pushes established boundaries; it is music that is outside the mainstream and is exploratory in nature.

INTIME research interests include:

Composition:

including: sound-based, multi-media, noise, generative, instrumental, fusion, installations, sound theatre

Improvisation

Applied and Assistive technologies for experimental music

Music and Health

Performance and Interpretation

 

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