This is a call for AUMI users of all abilities and occupations to submit proposals with a title, brief bio of author/co-authors, and 500-word description of what you would like to write for Improvising Across Abilities.
Sound Symposium invites artists and explorers working with sound to propose projects, installations and performances for Sound Symposium XIX, happening in July 2018.
For Kids, age 12– 17 that are excited by music and want to get a little more creative can learn to improvise with Professor Mark Laver and students from Grinnell College for an intensive one-week workshop.
Kids excited by music and want to get a little more creative? Learn to improvise with Professor Mark Laver and students from Grinnell College. No experience necessary!
IICSI’S Community Engagement Officer Elizabeth Jackson will be at this event sharing findings from the Play Who You Are collaboration, which brings improvising musicians together with youth from KidsAbility Centre for Child Development.
CFP: 2017 Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium – Partnering for Change: Learning Outwards from Jazz and Improvisation
The IICSI, in partnership with the Guelph Jazz Festival and the University of Guelph, invites proposals for presentations at our annual interdisciplinary international conference taking place in September 2017.
Deadline April 30, 2017.
A four day symposium of presentations & four nights of concerts Featuring Guitarists Ken Aldcroft, Jared Burrows, Janet Feder, Ava Mendoza and Sam Shalabi at Silence, 46 Essex St. Guelph , ON.
Musagetes, Silence, and IICSI present Roger Dean’s MultiPiano solo and computer-interactive piano improvisation with interactive video show at Silence.