Ircam Forum 9/30/22 – 10/3/22
The Fall 2022 Ircam Forum was hosted by NYUs Music Technology and Music Theory & Composition programs from September 30 to October 3, 2022. The Big Apple Ircam Forum included workshops, research presentations, demos, panel discussions, concerts, installations, and artist residencies in collaboration with Columbia University Computer Music Center (CMC), Harvestworks, NYU Libraries, NYU Piano Studies, and MARL. The theme of the event centered on “interaction and sound design” and with specific attention to the following topics: composer/performer/computer interaction, improvisation, and collaboration; sonification and generative sound exploration; soundscape [re]sonification, interaction, sensing and sensor networks; and educational tools in interaction and sound design. The artist residency program at Harvestworks included three artists who worked on their proposed projects at Harvestworks up until October 2022. Additionally, a number of special events were held as part of the Forum including a concert by French National Jazz Orchestra (ONJ) with Steve Lehman at Roulette, late night concerts at the NYU’s new “Garage”, a late night concert in collaboration with CMC, and programs at Governor’s Island in partnership with Harvestworks. Our keynote speaker was Robert Rowe. This event was supported by The French Institute, Izotope, and NYU MPAP.
Registration has ended: note that if you do not have a current NYU ID with access to NYU buildings, you will need to submit COVID-19 vax documentation that will need to be checked by the University (takes approx. 3-5 business days). If you have a current NYU ID and “Go Violet” pass and would like to register please contact Tae Hong Park (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Forum Ircam Premium Member or Student||$25|
|Forum Ircam Premium Member OR Student||$10|
Panel discussion proposals
Harvestworks Artist Residencies
Submission period has ended.
Tae Hong Park (email@example.com)
NYU Team Members
Tae Hong Park (Director)
Ricardo Arbiza, Eugene Markin & Peter Traver
Tom Beyer, Thomas Doczi, Parichat Songmuang & Ernesto Valenzuela
Paul Geluso, Robert Rowe, Keiko Ueneshi & Mina Lee
Marilyn Nonken, Jonathan Haas & Sean Statser
Adrienne Schoenberg & Nick Batina
Maharath Sinha, Erik Ball, Sam Platt Alex Park & Kang Chen
Collaborators and Partners
Columbia University CMC’s Seth Cluett and Brad Garton
Harvestworks’ Carol Parkinson
NYU Music Technology/MARL, Theory & Composition, Piano Studies, Percussion Studies, NYU Libraries