Thursday, 20 June 2013, Carolan Room, National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
How can the Internet and online technologies enhance and support music now and in the future? How can music best fit into the online cultural space, and what can organisations and musicians do to maximise their audience using emerging technologies and trends? What are some of the innovative ways in which composers have used web technologies to develop their practice and grow their audience?
This one-day conference brings together experienced national and international speakers to explore these and other issues around music and digital culture.
The conference is aimed at organisations and artists engaged in any area of composition, performance, publishing or distribution across all forms of music, and anyone with an interest in music, the arts and digital technology.
- Julie Feeney, singer/composer
- Andrew Dubber and Steve Lawson, New Music Strategies
- Frank J. Oteri, New Music USA; Thomas Demidoff, Kostas Moschos, IEMA; Nick Sherrard, Sound and Music
- Breandán Knowlton, Europeana; Sandra Collins, DRI; Malachy Moran, RTÉ; Toner Quinn; Journal of Music
Register online here