上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周

 

“上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周”(下称电子音乐周)创办于2006年,由上海音乐学院主办,上海音乐学院音乐工程系承办。

电子音乐周的宗旨是: 搭建一个在电子音乐领域最具国际性和前沿性的舞台,展示和发布全球最新的电子音乐作品、声音艺术装置和电子音乐技术研发成果,并为全球新生代作曲家的电子音乐作品提供一个首演和发布的平台。

 

2015(第五届)上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周

 

2015(第五届)上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周将于10月18日至24日举行。本届电子音乐周邀请了来自美国伯克利音乐学院、旧金山音乐学院、斯坦福大学音乐声学计算机研究中心(CCRMA)、法国国家创作中心(GRAME)、罗马CRM音乐中心、日本国立音乐大学、武汉音乐学院、四川音乐学院与中国音乐学院的多位音乐家,以及多位国内外知名艺术家与音乐科技专家。他们将参与多场音乐会、讲座与工作坊,为观众带来世界各地的新音乐与新技术。

 

电子音乐周将在10月18日的「交错的缆线──旧金山音乐学院专场音乐会」上拉开序幕。旧金山音乐学院的新媒体和音乐技术学院副院长玛莉克莱尔·布兹塔瓦(MaryClare Brzytwa)、科技与应用作曲研究部(TAC Studios)主任陶然(Taurin Barrera),以及吉他系主任大卫·特尼博姆(David Tanenbaum)将合作演出全新电声作品「交错的缆线」(Crossed Wires),以及达维多夫斯基(Mario Davidovsky)的代表作「同步性」(Synchronisms)等精采作品。

 

10月19日「Nox II——委约作品音乐会」将由在第四届电子音乐周「作品征集」活动中获得委约的【美】霍华德•肯迪(Howie Kenty)、【哥伦比亚】卡洛斯·安德烈·里科(Carlos Andrés Rico)、【中】蒋斯汀、【法】凯文·吉霍尼(Kevin Gironnay),以及电子音乐周国际顾问雅各布·巴博尼-施林吉(Jacopo Baboni Schilingi)等多位作曲家为我们带来世界首演的新作品。同时,今年的「作品征集」活动也收到了来自中国、法国、美国、荷兰、奥地利、日本、韩国、意大利、港澳台青年艺术家的踊跃投稿,并甄选出22部入围作品,这些新作将在20日「“声之创想”音乐会」上演。

 

在10月20日上演的「限度?——中国新锐作曲家电子音乐作品展演」音乐会中,四川音乐学院白小墨,武汉音乐学院冷岑松,中国音乐学院袁昊昱,旅德作曲家王颖,以及上海音乐学院邵青、刘灏、纪冬泳等七名新锐作曲家将为观众带来全新的创意。

 

21世纪的今天,在智慧型手机与平板电脑席卷生活的同时,本届电子音乐周也将聚焦在各种新音乐介面与手势科技。本届音乐周艺术协作伙伴法国国家创作中心GRAME在总监詹姆斯·吉鲁东(James Giroudon)与技术总监克利斯多夫·莱布瑞通(Christophe Lebreton)的带领下,将担任本届音乐周的艺术合作伙伴,并为我们带来各种创新乐器与最新科技,包括加斯帕•诺丁(Jesper Nordin)为iOS开发的革命性手势乐器Gestrument、米开朗基罗·路朋(Michelangelo Lupone)开发的扩增打击乐器SkinAct,以及Faust语言的最新发展。同时,GRAME将与上海音乐学院音乐工程系的秦毅副教授合作,发表为智慧型手机开发的SmartFaust App新作品。

 

在10月21日的「来自世界的新声音I」音乐会中,钢琴家【法】威廉·拉卓米亚(Wilhem Latchoumia)以及大提琴家【比利时】阿尼·迪弗斯(Arne Deforce)两位顶级演奏家将演奏作曲家【法】弗兰克•贝德罗希安(Franck Bedrossian)、 【法】皮埃尔•乔得洛斯基(Pierre Jodlowski)、【法】拉菲尔•桑铎(Raphael Cendo)、【希腊】伊阿尼斯•泽纳基思(Iannis Xenakiss)、【西班牙】艾克特•帕拉(Hector Parra)的作品。22日的「来自世界的新声音II」将演奏作曲家【意】米开朗基罗•路朋(Michelangelo Lupone)、【日】莱孝之(Takayuki RAI)、【美】杜韵的作品。这两场演出以回归音乐的态度强调技术的重要性,更注重了音乐的诠释。日本国立音乐大学的莱孝之教授与同事今井慎太郎教授还会举办两场精采的数字音频讲座,并讲解他们的作品。

 

伯克利音乐学院电子制作与设计学院的主任麦克·比约勒(Michael Bierylo)、理查德·博兰格尔博士(Richard Boulanger),以及专业作曲与音乐科技学院的主任卡利·朱塞拉(Kari Juusela)将与同事们带来5场精采的讲座,包括Csound语言与App应用程序开发、EuroRack调制合成器,能读取演奏者手势的感应琴弓——凯斯·麦克米兰K-Bow(Keith McMillen K-Bow),以及Resolume影像工具与影像合成处理。这些技术都将在10月23日的「来自美利坚的新声音」音乐会现场展示演出。CCRMA的费尔南多·洛佩斯·莱兹卡诺教授(Fernando Lopez-Lezcano)与密西根大学的约翰·葛兰佐教授(John Granzow)也会在音乐会上带来为3D打印机而做的新作品。大卫·特尼博姆教授则会带来融合吉他与电子的精采演出。

 

10月23日,【法】劳伦特•波蒂埃(Laurent Pottier)教授将带来《关于约翰•乔宁的作品“Turenas”的演讲与示范》讲座与工作坊。劳伦特•波蒂埃教授将讲解展示由Max/MSP开发的乐器(FM合成以及空间化音响),并带领打击乐学生实时操作演出由“Turenas”改编的新作品。

 

旅瑞作曲家金唯唯将为观众带来多媒体空间艺术装置「万花筒」。脏电子(Dirty Electronics)的创始人约翰·理查德兹会举办脏电子「钉床x硬盘」工作坊,并邀请观众一同打造自己的乐器。

 

24日晚,电子音乐周将在「幻影三六2.0——当代电子音乐新作品音乐会」中闭幕。

 

2013(第四届)上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周

 

本届音乐周音乐会系列在“向大师致敬”专场中开启——皮埃尔•布列兹、史蒂夫•莱奇、鲁契亚诺•贝里奥等大师的经典电子音乐作品首次集中呈现在国内音乐舞台上;音乐周还将上演菲利普•马诺瑞这位当红电子音乐作曲家的两首极具电子音乐技术含量的作品;当然,我们的老朋友——来自PRISMA国际组织的几位作曲家雅各布•巴博尼•施林吉、汉斯•图斯库等依然会带来他们的最新世界首演作品。

T继2011第三届音乐周成功举办国内首个互动声音装置展后,本届音乐周携手上海国际艺术节、上海音乐厅、上海戏剧学院,展出多个装置作品。尤其值得关注的是德国艺术家克里斯多夫•施纳格带来的户外装置秀《魔音广场》以及荷兰艺术家埃德温•凡•德•海德创作的户外装置《气动声场》。

音乐周不仅强调艺术创新,也致力于技术创新的国际交流与推广。本届音乐周聚焦“交互式与新媒体”以及“声音空间-3D全息”这两个电子音乐领域的国际前沿课题举办为期两天的国际论坛。

 

2011(第三届)上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周

 

以“感知音乐,触摸声音”为主题的2011上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周于2011年10月10日开幕,为期一周,共举办了9场音乐会、10场讲座、1场大师班、1场国际会议、1场国际论坛、2场研讨会以及国内首次以“Touch Sound-触摸声音”为主题的声音艺术与电子音乐互动装置展等活动。来自国内外的优秀当代艺术家们将声音装置、电子音乐、日常行为与互动艺术巧妙融合,为观众呈现一场既具有实验性、观赏性也强调互动体验的视听盛宴。

第三届电子音乐周征集作品来自中、英、法、美、意、爱尔兰等11个国家和地区的青年艺术家们。其中20部作品在《新生代音乐会》上展演,经过专家现场投票,姚熙、李鹏云、于笑鹿三位青年艺术家获得了2013第四届音乐周的作品委约。

 

2009(第二届)上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周

 

2009第二届上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周于2009年10月19日至10月24日在上海举办。这届音乐周是继2006首届音乐周成功举办后再度推出的一项盛会,共举办五场正式音乐会与四场学术交流音乐会。特邀机构——普瑞斯玛组织了跨国界学者来沪担任系列工作坊及讲座的专家,并举行为期三天的国际论坛。另有来自美国、荷兰、德国、意大利、芬兰、香港、台湾等国家和地区的艺术家、学者参与到此次音乐周的活动之中。国内外同行专家齐聚上海共同探讨21世纪电子音乐的发展战略,加强国内外各院校之间各专业门类之间的交流合作,促进学科建设,共同推进电子音乐事业的发展。

 

2006(第一届)上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周

 

于2006年10月16日至21日在上海举行的“上海音乐学院国际电子音乐周”以其“全新的举办理念”、“顶尖的技术呈现”、“注重传统与现代电子音乐结合的新作品”等特点,开创了中国电子音乐领域的又一新篇章。2006上海国际电子音乐周组织策划了4场音乐会——“传统与现代在这里交汇”、“来自作曲家的亲自诠释”、 “新生代音乐会”、“多媒体音乐会”;5个系列大师工作坊——“交互式电子音乐的创作、制作与演奏”等;7场作曲家讲座——“作曲家谈电子音乐”等和一个圆桌会议——“关于电子音乐、音乐科技与应用音乐学科的战略发展研讨”。音乐周期间,来自美国、法国、德国、荷兰、澳大利亚、新加坡等国外嘉宾、专家学者以及来自香港演艺学院、中央音乐学院、中国音乐学院、武汉音乐学院、中国美术学院等院校的国内专家学者及学生前来参加了此项活动。

 

SHANGHAI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC MUSIC WEEK

 

The Shanghai Conservatory of Music International Electronic Music Week (EMW) was established in 2006, hosted by the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and organized by the Music Engineering Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music. The EMW is aimed to create an international, cutting-edge stage in the field of electronic music; to show the newest compositions, sound installations, and research developments in electronic music from around the world; and to provide a platform for the premiere and release of electronic music compositions by the world’s new generation of composers.

 

2015 (5th) Shanghai Conservatory of Music International Electronic Music Week

 

The 2015 International Electronic Music Week (EMW 2015) will be held October 18 to 24, 2015. The EMW has invited musicians from Berklee College of Music, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Grame – National Center for Musical Creation, CRM – Centro Ricerche Musicali di Roma CRM, Kunitachi College of Music, Wuhan Conservatory of Music, Sichuan Conservatory of Music, China Conservatory of Music, and many renowned artists, musicians and technology experts in China and abroad. They will bring us concerts, lectures, workshops and introduce their new music and new technology from around the world.

 

The EMW will open with “Crossed Wires – San Francisco Conservatory of Music Concert” on October 18. MaryClare Brzytwa (Associate Dean for New Media and Music Technology), Taurin Barrera (Director of TAC Studios) and David Tanenbaum (Chair of the Guitar Department) will perform together with their newest electronic piece “Crossed Wires” and other brilliant works such as Mario Davidovsky’s best known compositions “Synchronisms”.

 

At the “Nox II – Commission Works Concert” on October 19, winners of 2013 EMW “Call for Scores” including Howie Kenty (USA), Carlos Andrés Rico (Columbia), Jiang Si-Ting (China) and Kevin Gironnay (France) will perform their world premiere commissioned pieces along with Jacopo Baboni Schilingi, the International Advisor of EMW. We have also received numerous contributions from talented young artists of Chian, France, United States, Holland, Austria, Japan, Koren, Italy, China Hong Kong, China Macao, China Taiwan and selected 22 nominated pieces. These new pieces will be performed at “Creation of Sounds I &II Concert” (Works Selected from Call for Scores) on October 19.

 

At the “Limit? – Electronic Music Pieces of Emerging Artists in China” concert on October 20, rising composers including BAI Xiaomo from Sichuan Conservatory of Music, LENG Censong from Wuhan Conservatory of Music, YUAN Haoyu from China Conservatory of Music, WANG Ying from Germany and SHAO Qing, LIU Hao and JI Dongyong from Shanghai Conservatory of Music will bring their new creation to the audiences.

 

At the time of 21st century with Smartphone and iPad sweeping our life, the EMW this year will also focus on various new music interface and gesture technology. Our Artistic Associated Partner, Grame- National Center for Musical Creation led by Director James Giroudon and Technical Director Christophe Lebreton will bring us a variety of innovative instruments and latest technologies including Gestrument, a revolutionary gesture instrument developed by Jesper Nordin; SkinAct, an augmented percussion instrument developed by Michelangelo Lupone; and the latest development of Faust language. Grame and Associated Professor QIN Yi from Music Engineering Department of SHCM will cooperate and present their newest work for SmartFaust App, an application developed for Smartphone.

 

World-class pianist Wilhem Latchoumia (France) and cellist Arne Deforce (Belgium) will present their marvelous virtuosity at the “New Sounds from Around the World I ” concert on October 21, with compositions of Franck Bedrossian (France), Pierre Jodlowski (France), Raphael Cendo (France), Iannis Xenakiss (Greek) and Hector Parra (Spanish). Compositions of Michelangelo Lupone (Italy), Takayuki RAI (Japan) and DU Yun (USA) will be performed at the “New Sounds from Around the World II ” concerts on October 22. These two concerts emphasize the importance of technique and focus on interpretation of music. Professor Takayuki RAI and Professor Shintaro IMAI from Kunitachi College of Music will also host two spectacular lectures of digital audio and explain their works.

 

Director Michael Bierylo and Dr. Richard Boulanger from Electronic Production and Design Department of Berklee College of Music and Kari Juusela, Dean of the Professional Writing and Music Technology Division, will bring us five amazing lectures along with their colleagues. The lectures include Csound Language and App Development, EuroRack Modular Synthesizers, Keith McMillen K-Bow- a sensor-bow that can read the performer’s gestures, Resolume and Video Synthesis & Processing. These technologies will be presented at “New Sounds from USA” concert on October 23. Professor Fernando Lopez-Lezcano from CCRMA and Professor John Granzow from University of Michigan will also present their cutting edge composition for 3D Printer along with Professor David Tanenbaum’s extraordinary performance for guitar and electronics.

 

On October 23, Professor Laurent Pottier (France) will bring us “Lecture and Workshop: Around “Turenas” of John Chowning”. Professor Pottier will demonstrate instruments developed by Max/MSP (FM Synthesis and Spatialization) and lead percussion students to perform his real-time interpretation of John Chowning’s classical piece “Turenas”.

 

Weiwei Jin, a Chinese-Swedish composer, will bring the audience a multimedia spatial installation “Kaleidoscope”. John Richards, the founder of Dirty Electronics, will host “Workshop: Dirty Electronics – Bed of Nails x Hard Drives” and invite audience to build their own instruments.

 

The EMW will close with “Phantom San Liu 2.0 – New Works of Contemporary Electronic Music Concert” on 24 evening.

 

2013 (4th) Shanghai Conservatory of Music International Electronic Music Week

 

The 2013 International Electronic Music Week (EMW 2013) will open with a “Salute to the Masters”, with electronic music by master composers including Pierre Boulez, Steve Reich, and Luciano Berio making their collective Chinese debut. Of course, we are honored to welcome some of our old friends – Jacopo Baboni Shilingi, Hans Tutschku, and other PRISMA composers –will be presenting the world premiere of their newest works.

Following the success of EMW 2011 in hosting China’s first interactive sound installation exhibition, EMW 2013 will work with China Shanghai International Arts Festival 2013 R.A.W (Rising Artists’ Works), Shanghai Concert Hall, and Shanghai Theater Academy to present various installation pieces. German artist Christof Schläger’s installation show “Magic Square” and Dutch artist Edwin van der Heide’s outdoor installation “Pneumatic Sound Field”, are particularly noteworthy.

The 2013 EMW will also feature numerous additional activities, including lectures, seminar of Chinese electronic music education, workshops for Children as well as a 10th-anniversary celebration of the Music Engineering

Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music.

 

2011(3rd) EMW Profile

 

Taking “Feel Music, Touch Sound” as its theme, the EMW 2011 opened on October 10th, 2011. This EMW lasted for a week, with a total of nine musical concerts, 10 lectures, 1 master class, 1 international conference, 1 international forum, 2 internal seminars and “Touch Sound”, a domestic-first interactive installation exhibition which took sound art and electronic music as its theme. Outstanding contemporary artists from France, the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Chinese mainland and other places combined sound installation, electronic music and interactive art, to bring the audience a visual feast with experimental value, ornamental value as well as interactive experience.

This EMW collected the new works of young artists from 11 countries and regions including China, Britain, France, America, Italy and Ireland. After expert review, 20 works were performed in the “New Generation Concert”, and three winners were chosen among them. They were Yao Xi, Li Pengyun and Yu Xiaolu. Their contacted new works will be performed during the fourth EMW in 2013.

 

2009 (2nd) EMW Profile

 

The second EMW was held from October 19 to October 24 in 2009 in Shanghai. This music week was another grand music event held after the success of the first EMW in 2006. Altogether, there were five formal concerts and four academic exchange concerts. Prisma, the specially invited group, organized scholars abroad to come to Shanghai to work as the experts for a series of workshops and concerts, and held a three-day international forum. Also, artists and scholars from countries and regions including the United States, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Finland, Hong Kong and Taiwan participated in this music week. Experts from home and abroad gathered together in Shanghai to discuss the development strategy for electronic music in the 21st century, to strengthen the exchanges and cooperation of different disciplines from universities home and abroad, to promote discipline construction and to jointly push forward the development of electronic music.

 

2006 (1st) EMW Profile

 

The EMW was held from October 16th to October 21st, 2006 in Shanghai satisfied the fans and related scholars who were looking forward to this event with its “brand new organization concept”, “top-level technology exhibition” and “focus on the integration of traditions and modern music”, and left people with a great impression. In the 2006 EMW, four concerts were held, namely, “Harmonization between Tradition and Modernity”, “From the Composer’s Own Explanation”, “New Generation Concert” and “Multi-media Electronic Music Concert. There were also a series of five workshops including “Composition Technique in Spectral Music”, seven composer seminars including “Discussion on the Electroacoustic Music by Composers” and a round table conference-“Forum on Strategic Development of Electronic music, Science and Technology music and Applied Music”. During the Music Week, foreign guests, experts and scholars from the United States, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia and Singapore, and domestic experts, scholars and students from Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Central Conservatory of Music, China Conservatory, Wuhan Conservatory of Music, China Academy of Art and many other institutions participated in this event.