Highlights of the 2017 Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium, Partnering for Change: Learning Outwards from Jazz & Improvisation
From the August 2017 edition of Improv Notes.
A highlight reel of the presenters, performances, panels and workshops from the 2016 Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquim: Improvise Here! Profiles in Practice!
This year’s session of MILE camp ran August 5-12, culminating in two public events: a performance by camp participants during the Festival Musique du Bout du Monde in Gaspé, and an August 11 public concert featuring camp participants and 2017 camp faculty: François Houle & Marianne Trudel, at the Corner of the Beach Cultural Museum in Gaspé, Québec. The session also featured guest presenters Kathy Kennedy and Robin Servant, and included a concert of solos and duets by Houle and Trudel.
Musical Improvisation At Land’s End, directed by the IICSI’s Graduate Research Assistant, Kimber Sider, will be premiering at the Percé International Festival of Cinema and Art.
Musical Improvisation at Land’s End presents Two Concerts, with pianist, composer and improvisor Marianne Trudel and clarinetist François Houle
Sound It out, Episode Nos. 63, Telematics. Finding out how latency is explored in telematic music gives us fresh and surprising insights into the nature of human perception and what it really means to be present.
ISATMA 2017 invites papers, workshops, and performances by scholars/practitioners who use adaptive technologies and music and media arts, to celebrate the playful and experimental memory of Pauline Oliveros and connect creatively across abilities, bodies, and cultures.
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.