DMARC Seminar – Whats the Score – Film and Improvisational Electronics – Wends Nov 15th @ 3pm

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Neil O Connor will host as part of the DMARC Seminar series entitled Whats the Score – Film and Improvisational Electronics in which he shall  discuss his musical work for the visual medium. I will also be performing a live score to Chris Markers seminal 1962 Sci-Fi short film La Jetee. Constructed almost entirely from still photos, La Jetee tells the story of a post nuclear war  experiment in time travel. It is 28 minutes long and shot in black and white. The 1995 science-fiction film 12 Monkeys was inspired by and borrows several concepts directly from the film. 

Wends Nov 15th @ 3pm – CSG001

Sounding Out The Space – An International Conference on the Spatiality of Sound

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DMARC members Mikael Fernstrom and Neil O Connor present papers and Octophonic electro-acoustic works at Sounding Out The Space. This conference is hosted by DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, the Dublin School of Creative Arts and GradCAM. It is generously supported by the Society for Musicology in Ireland (SMI), the Contemporary Music Centre (CMC),…

Ed Devane joining DMARC

Ed Devane is joining us as a DMARC and is a remarkable creator and artist.  Some more details here https://mycreativeedge.eu/profile/ed-devane/ and http://www.eddevane.com   

The Curious Hand – Guardian Review

CSIS Music Technology Masters graduate Seamus Fogarty’s new electronic folk music album The Curious Hand has received numerous excellent reviews this month with both a five and a four start review from The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/oct/12/seamus-fogarty-the-curious-hand-review-magical-amplified-folk-journeys-through-modern-life https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/oct/01/seamus-fogarty-curious-hand-review-domino

17th International Conference – Music and Dance in Visual Culture

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Faculty member Neil O Connor will present a paper entitled ‘New Musical Artifacts – The New York Schoo’ at the Association Répertoire International d’Iconographie Musicale ,17th International Conference – Music and Dance in Visual Culture Music Library of Greece “Lilian Voudouri” – The Friends of Music Society, Athens, Greece | 5-7 October 2017

Contemporary Music Centre – Preview new 8 Channel works by Neil O Connor

Neil O’Connor recently attended a two-week composer residency at the Conservatory of Music, Seia in Portugal. The residency was funded by the Arts Council and the Dublin-based composer worked on a number of 8 channel electro-acoustic pieces during his time there. He spoke to CMC about the residency. Read more here – https://www.cmc.ie/news/150917/neil-oconnor-attended-arts-council-funded-composer-residency-portugal

Lightmoves – Festival of Screendance – 2-5th November 2017

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Lightmoves presents feature screenings, short films, invited works and open submissions, as well as a Screendance Lab and Symposium with some of the most respected figures in the field. The Light Moves Screendance Symposium encourages artistic and scholarly exchange, debate and discussion in screendance and related disciplines including performance, dance, film, visual arts, sound/music and…

Talk & Concert: Miller Puckette

DMARC welcome Professor Miller Puckette for a talk and concert on April 3rd, details below.

Talk: Spatial Audio and Live Performance Systems Design

POSTPONED: Dr Graham’s Talk has been rescheduled to Wednesday 22nd Feb at 3pm. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Richard Graham will present his most recent performance system for multichannel guitar and his ambisonics library for Pd and Max/MSP. Graham will also discuss his general approach to performance systems design, with a specific focus on feature extraction, mapping strategies, and the application of physical models for spatialization in VR.

Seminar | International Film Composer Patrick Cassidy

Thursday April 27th 1.30pm
Computer Science Auditorium (CSG-01)

The CSIS Department at the University of Limerick is delighted to welcome one of our most distinguished alumni back to the campus on Thursday, 28 April. International Composer, Patrick Cassidy will deliver a special seminar on the theme of “Music Composition For Film”. Booking is essential so – please register here