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The symposium, Socio-Cultural Role of Technology in Digital Musical Interactions, will discuss critically our relationships with music and digital musical instruments, exploring how these new relationships build embodied behaviours, expectations, beliefs, interpretations and actions in various ways we practice and act on music through digital technologies. This symposium will bring together expert scholars, artists and practitioners from the musicology, music performance, new interfaces for musical expression, sound and music computing and postphenomenology studies.
Participants (alphabetically by surname); Don Ihde, Stony Brook University, New York - Marc Leman, Ghent University - Thor Magnusson, University of Sussex - Tarja Rautiainen-Keskustalo, Tampere University - Taina Riikonen, Tampere University - Koray Tahiroglu, Aalto University - Simon Waters, The Queens University Belfast / Orpheus Instituut, Ghent
The symposium is supported by the Academy of Finland (project 319946) and Aalto University