Subject: Colloquium New Music Research: Call for Papers From: Dirk Moelants <Dirk.Moelants(at)RUG.AC.BE> Date: Thu, 17 Feb 1994 16:23:24 +0100
Call for Papers International Colloquium on New Music Research Composition, Perception and Performance Ghent, 20-22 october, 1994 IPEM - Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music Blandijnberg 2 University of Ghent, Belgium INTRODUCTION The International Colloquium, celebrating the 30th anniversary of IPEM, aims to give a state of the art in new music and new research about music. This includes aspects of instrumental and electronic music, computer interactive and multi-media systems, music related digital signal processing, perception, cognition, and history. Advanced tutorials will be presented by the follow- ing invited speakers (also members of the scientific committee): A. Camurri (University of Genova, Genova, Italy), P. Berg (Royal Conservatory, The Hague, The Netherlands) R. Dannenberg (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburg, USA) R. Rowe (New York University, New York, USA) T. Ungvary (Institute for Electronic and Experimental Music, Vienna, Austria) EVENTS IPEM has played a central role in the development of contemporary music in Flanders and Belgium. During the colloquium, a Festival of New Music is taking place, reflecting the artistic activity in and around IPEM over a period of 30 years. ISSUES Contributors can apply for one of the following subject categories: (1) perception and cognition of new music (2) new technology for composition and performance (3) multi-media: the integration of music with other art forms (4) new music at IPEM (5) problems of music representation CONTRIBUTIONS Contributions, in the form of abstract or short papers (max 10 pages), will be evaluated by the scientific committee. Accepted papers will be printed in the pre-proceedings and a full paper can be demanded after the conference. DEADLINES 15 mai 1994: submission of abstracts and short papers 15 june 1994: letter of acceptance to the contributors REGISTRATION FEE The registration fee is 2500 BEF. This includes one copy of the pre-proceedings as well as free entrance to all concerts and so- cial events. ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE Marc Leman (University of Ghent), Henry Pousseur (University of Liege), Herman Sabbe (University of Ghent), supported by the University of Ghent, the Belgian National Science Foundation, the Philharmonic Society of Brussels, the Arthur Grumiaux Foundation, the Ministry of the Flemish Community. CONTACT ADDRESS Marc Leman, University of Ghent, Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music, Blandijnberg 2, B-9000 GHENT, Tel: +32 9 2644125, Fax: +32 9 2644196, Email: Marc.Leman(at)rug.ac.be. HOTEL RESERVATIONS Hotel reservations should be made as soon as possible. In Hotel Astoria (Nederkouter 24-26, B-9000 GHENT, Belgium, Tel: +32 9 2250707) the (university) price for a single is 2565 BEF, for a double 2790 BEF.