International Webinar Event
Distance Learning in Higher Music Education
an international network and a platform dedicated to
Distance learning for Higher Education and Musical online practice
(Erasmus+ 2019 – 2020)
Conservatory of Music “G. Verdi ”in Milan, Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium (RDAM) of Copenhagen, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (LMTA) of Vilnius, the Polytechnic of Milan, and the Association Europeenne des Conservatoires, Academies de Musique et Musikhochschulen (AEC) of Brussels
The Webinar is aimed at teachers and researchers from Italian, European and International Higher Education Institutions interested in teaching methodologies, development, in-depth study and discussion on Distance Learning in the specific context of Higher Music Education. After three years the INTERMUSIC Project (INTERactive environment for MUSIC learning and practicing) is concluding its activities and intends to start, with this conference, a careful and lasting colloquy not only between the European Institutions involved in the Project, but also with Universities, Research Bodies, European and International Conservatories and Music Institutes interested in the development of online music teaching and practice.
JUNE 26th 2020, 9 – 13.30 (GMT +2)
This webinar is coordinated by the
Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre
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Presentation of the INTERMUSIC Platform, the developed Pilot Courses, and of the technologies and research methodologies tested.
9:00 Webinar introduction: Mantautas Krukauskas (LMTA), Roberto de Thierry (ConsMi)
The INTERMUSIC Project: implementation and general analysis of the developments expectations and future prospects; organization and development of the interactions between the partner institutions
9:15 Mantautas Krukauskas, Roberto Becerra (LMTA)
The INTERMUSIC platform: design, project and implementation, analysis and experimentation.
9.45 Paolo Rimoldi (ConsMI), Enrico Pietrocola (GARR – ConsMi)
Pilot Courses of Composition, Music Theory, Network Music Performance and Network Music Composition.
10.15 Christen Stubbe Teglbjaerg (RDAM)
The pilot course of “Mastering voice literature in original languages”, with the support of IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet).
11:15 Massimo Cottica (ConsMi)
The pilot course of “Practice of chamber music online”
11:45 Giovanni Cospito (ConsMi), Stefano Delle Monache (ConsMi)
Research report on musical interaction in performance both in presence and at distance: non-verbal communication, visual interaction, perception of acoustic space, directional map of acoustic sources.
12:15 – 12:45 Augusto Sarti (PoliMi), Luca Comanducci (PoliMi)
Ideas, technologies and tools for an e-learning platform dedicated to music: management of latency times, solutions to operate in conditions of excessive latency, methodologies aimed at improving the quality of interaction and the sense of presence.
12:45 – 13:30
Webinar audience engagement & discussion, with moderation of Carol Johnson (Senior Lecturer, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music)
Participation is free. Please register here