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Last update: 19 June, 2018


Time Wednesday
4th July
Thursday
5th July
Friday
6th July
Saturday
7th July
All Day
  CUT Amphitheatre Rialto Theatre CUT Amphitheatre Ksidadiko CUT Amphitheatre Rialto Theatre CUT Amphitheatre  
09:00 Welcome Reception / Registration

 

Morning Session III   Morning Session VI   Morning Session IX  
10:20 Welcome Speech Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
10:40 Morning Session I Morning Session IV Morning Session VII Morning Session X Listening Room @Stoa Laniti Installations @Stoa Laniti & NAC
12:30 Poster Presentation Poster Presentation Poster Presentation Poster Presentation
12:45 Lunch Lunch Lunch Closing Session
14:00          
15:00 Keynote Speech / Trevor Wishart Keynote Speech / Rebecca Fiebrink Keynote Speech / Claude Cadoz
16:30 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
17:00 Evening Session II Evening Session V Concerts 4 & 5
Old Vinegar Factory
Evening Session VIII IRCAM Workshop
@Stoa Laniti
Listening Room @Stoa Laniti Installations @Stoa Laniti & NAC
17:30 - 18:30 Concert 1 Concert 6
18:30 - 19:00 Break Break
19:00 - 20:00   Concert 2       Concert 7  
20:00 - 20:30 Break Break
20:30 - 21:30 Concert 3 Conference Dinner / Banquet Concert 8

(IRCAM) @6th of July

Music Composition & Creative Interaction with Machine Learning

While making machines capable of composing using machine learning and artificial intelligence has been widely explored in computer music research, these techniques are still seldom exploited by musicians themselves as an actual tool for composition. This workshop will present current works and perpectives in this direction, considering ML and AI-inspired techniques applied for computer-aided composition and musical human-machine interaction.

Presenters and topics will include (subject to change and evolution): Jean Bresson: machine learning in the compositional workflow (workshop introduction); Diemo Schwarz: Learning gestures from audio descriptors: composition and interaction; Jerome Nika: Symbolic human-machine musical interaction; Anders Vinjar: An exploration AI techniques for computer-aided composition; Hugo Scurto: Human-AI collaboration and music technology.

We encourage and warmly welcome all contributions and proposals for open talks and demonstrations. Please contact the organizers with a brief description of your proposal.