Guelph Jazz Festival Artistic Director Scott Thomson has produced the first and second in a series of ten podcasts in the countdown to the 2017 festival.
A special double issue of Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation – “Improvisation and Global Sites of Difference” has just been released.
The Community Improv workshop series conducted by IICSI Researchers Dr. Rebecca Caines and Dr. Michelle Stewart was featured in the Whitehorse Daily Star.
Still Listening was a three-day conference of talks and concerts that took place at the Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas (IPLAI McGill), in Montreal June 1-3, 2017.
This unusual manual celebrates noise in the classroom, in the streets, and on the air. Squeezing sound out of just about anything, How to Play Your World is the perfect cookbook for any musical anarchist.
Classroom Action explores what it might mean for teachers and students to reach outside the walls of the classroom to establish meaningful connections between the ideas and theories they have learned, and the broader community beyond campus.
IICSI’s “Short Takes…” news from the world of Improvisation, from the June 2017 edition of Improv Notes.
Please join the IICSI in offering our hearty congratulations to David Lee on his successful PhD defence on June 14, 2017!
Still Listening, an exhibition of 87 commissioned scores in honour of the life and work of Pauline Oliveros, opens Thursday, June 1 at the McGill Music Library.
Short Takes news from the world of improvisation from the May 2017 edition of Improv Notes: Lines of Flight: Improvisation, Hope and Refuge, The 4th Annual Something Else! Festival of Creative Music, Groningen Vocal Exploration Choir & more…