Within the scope of the MUSense Project, the event “New Frontiers in Music Performance” will be organised in hybrid format by Yaşar University, Izmir, Turkey on December 12th at 12:30 – 17:30 GMT+3 and December 13th at 09:30 – 12:30 GMT+3 (Turkish Time!). For people following in Central Europe, this means that the event will take place from 10:30 to 15:30 (CET) on 12th December and from 7:30 to 10:30 AM CET on 13th December.
The MUSense project is a cooperation partnership project funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme and coordinated by the Conservatoire of Music ‘A. Scarlatti’ in Palermo. The central mission of MUSense is to educate and forge HE’s music staff and students in order to acquire and embrace the digital shift while improving skills in cyber and live innovative performances, involving renewed art practices.
The “New Frontiers in Music Performance” event will host detailed presentations and discussions on the MUSense project:
- Presentation of the first project results
- Step-by-step introduction to design and definition of the infrastructure of the “Shared online repository” and brief training on the exploited technologies;
- Cyber and digital as new perspectives in music performance with a focus on the modular structures and the pedagogical methodologies used.
Detailed information will be sent via email before the event only to those who have registered.
Who can participate
- Music and art teachers, cyber and distant experts
- Secondary art school teachers
- Educational experts
- Music and IT students
- Secondary schools and HEI managers and administrators responsible for institutional development, especially in the music field.
Survey on Cyber Music Performance
The project partners are also conducting a survey to collect data that will help it forecast possible future outcomes in the area of cyber music performance. This notion forms one of the core components of the MUSense Project, dedicated to the exploration of musical issues in an ever-evolving cyberspace. The survey rests partially on the belief that human premonition is helpful in forecasting future events. Readers are encouraged to take this 10-25 minutes survey by 31 January to help MUSense shape a vision for the performances of tomorrow, by giving their valuable input.