Read the latest Think Piece in our online Research Library, “Are dissonances and group agreement compatible?” on the IICSI’s Play Who You Are program
Short Takes from the May 2018 issue of Improv Notes, edited and written by David Lee and assembled by administrative assistant Rachel Collins.
The Guelph Jazz Festival is currently posting two summer student positions: Marketing Assistant and Operations Assistant, both supported by a Canada Summer Jobs grant. Applications for both positions are due on Tuesday, 22 May.
… Short Takes from the April 2018 edition of the Improv Notes newsletter.
A Special Issue of Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation – Just Improvisation: Enriching Law through Musical Techniques, Discourses, and Pedagogies, Vol. 12, No 1 is now available online.
Aspects of Trees by Andrew Denton and Teresa Connors, performed February 2, 2018, with Dr. Ellen Waterman (Flute/Voice), Jing Xia (Guzheng), and Teresa Connors (Laptop and iPad) during the Newfound Music Festival XV.
From the March 2018 issue of Improv Notes.
Call for Book Chapters of All Shapes and Sizes! Improvising across Abilities: Pauline Oliveros and the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument. Share your research, experiences, and stories about the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI) in this collaborative volume.
Short Takes from the February 2018 Improv Notes.
Kimber Sider’s short film, Coin du Banc en Folie / Musical Improvisation At Land’s End, will be screening March 13th at the Toronto Short Film Festival.