Whose Music? Public Discussion @ Music Current 2019

Whose Music? Public Discussion @ Music Current 2019

Friday, 12 April 2019, 6.00pm

In this open public panel discussion, invited guest panellists, participant composers and public share thoughts on current composition trends, performance practice, critical perspectives, and new directions, featuring invited festival composers and performers. This year invited panellists, including Dr Róisín Loughran (School of Business, UCD), will consider the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on music composition and how future developments impinge on aesthetic considerations and audience reception. Moderated by Evonne Ferguson, Director of CMC.

The discussion will be open and accessible to public participants and contributions are welcome from the audience too. The event is hosted by the Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland’s archive and resource centre for new music.

This public event is free to attend and all are welcome. We encourage people to indicate their attendance by emailing rsvp [at] cmc.ie.


Published on 7 February 2019

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