Music and Machine Learning Concert

Series:

Friday, 2017, October 6 - 19:30
06.10.2017 - 19:30h
Sala Polivalent UPF Poblenou
C/ Roc Boronat 138
Barcelona

Free admission

In the frame of the 10th International Workshop on Machine Learning and Music, the researchers of TELMI (Technology Enhanced Learning of Musical Instrument Performance) project will perform a concert/ demo where some prototypes developed in the project will be shown.

TELMI is a project that arises from the need to facilitate the learning process of a musical instrument, avoiding abandonment and frustration. The project involves institutions from different fields with the main objective of creating a unified system that uses advanced audio, video and motion capture technologies to be able to adapt it to different musicians, levels and learning situations. This system will help musicians to take full advantage of their lessons and practices, reduce injuries and inefficiency, expand their access to communities of musical knowledge and become better performers.

PROGRAMME

Introduction: Rafael Ramirez

Piece: Generation No. 1. Author: Darrell Conklin, interpreters: Sergio Giraldo (Guitar), David Dalmazo (Guitar).

Piece: Generation No. 2. Author: Darrell Conklin, interpreters: Sergio Giraldo (Guitar), Zacharias Vamvakousis (Accordion).

Piece: Generation No. 3. Author: Darrell Conklin, interpreters: Sergio Giraldo (Guitar), Pedro Ponce de León (sax)

TELMI Exercise No. 1: bow tracking. Author: Zacharias Vambakuosis, interpreter: Alfonso Perez (Violin)

TELMI Exercise No. 2: tone quality. Author: Sergio Giraldo, interpreter: Alfonso Perez (Violin).

TELMI Exercise No. 3: bow force/velocity. Author: Alfonso Perez, interpreter: Alfonso Perez.

Concerto for 2 violins (TELMI RT demo). Author: J. S. Bach, interpreter: Rafael Ramirez

Mañana de Carnaval (Dynamics modelling). Author: A. C. Jobim, interpreters: Rafael Ramirez (violin), Zacharias Vamvakuosis (Accordion).

Invention for extended guitar. Author: David Dalmazo, interpreters: David Dalmazo (guitar)

Invention for extended for air violin. Author: David Dalmazo, interpreters: David Dalmazo (guitar), Rafael Ramirez (violin).

Moliendo Café. (popular). Interpreters: The MML all stars.

 

with the support of:

Generalitat de Catalunya: Departament de Cultura
Ajuntament de Barcelona: Barcelona Cultura
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme

 

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