[Openmcl-devel] Fwd: CCRMA Lisp Music Workshop -- Final Announcement

Rick Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Mon Jun 13 10:49:40 UTC 2005


Ive been asked to forward this announcement to appropriate mailing  
lists.

Rick Taube
Associate Professor, Composition/Theory
School of Music
University of Illinois, Urbana IL 61821 USA

Begin forwarded message:

> _______________________________________________________________________ 
> _________
>                            *** FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT ***
>        CCRMA Lisp Music Workshop 2005 -- June 23-25 at Stanford  
> University
>                 International Lisp Conference 2005 -- June 19-22
>   
> _______________________________________________________________________ 
> _________
>
>  We cordially invite you to join us for a week of activities devoted  
> to Lisp and
>  Scheme-related music production at Stanford, June 19-25.
>
>  Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics  
> (CCRMA) will host
>  a three-day LISP MUSIC WORKSHOP at Stanford University June 23-25.   
> This unique
>  symposium immediately follows the International Lisp Conference 2005  
> (ILC 2005),
>  which convenes at Stanford University June 19-22.  Details about ILC  
> 2005 may be
>  found at:  http://INTERNATIONAL-LISP-CONFERENCE.ORG/
>
>  Schedule, registration, payment, and housing information for the 2005  
> CCRMA Lisp
>  Music Workshop may be found at:
>
>          http://CCRMA.STANFORD.EDU/LISP-MUSIC-WORKSHOP
>
>  The CCRMA Lisp Music Workshop 2005 brings together noted composers,  
> performers,
>  scientists and technologists engaged in Lisp and Scheme-based music  
> production
>  and research.  Three days of invited lectures, seminars and tutorials  
> will be
>  presented between Thursday, June 23 and Saturday, June 25.
>
>  The Workshop will host two concerts of music composed and/or  
> electronically
>  realized using Lisp-based software.  The first concert is on Monday  
> evening,
>  June 20 on the opening night of ILC 2005 in Stanford's Dinkelspiel  
> Auditorium. 
>  This concert features the Ives Quartet playing works in historical  
> styles
>  composed by David Cope's (EMI) Experiments in Musical Intelligence  
> program.
>  Compositions by Roger Dannenberg, Mary Simoni, Heinrich Taube and  
> Fernando
>  Lopez-Lezcano will also be presented.  A second concert on Thursday  
> evening,
>  June 23 will feature new works of Stanford composers.
>
>  Technical content of the Workshop includes two half-day mini-symposia  
> devoted
>  to Musical Knowledge Representation, and Real-Time Signal Processing  
> in Lisp
>  and Scheme.  Tutorials on Common Music (CM), Common Lisp Music (CLM),  
> Nyquist,
>  and Prolog are scheduled to be presented by key developers of these  
> software
>  tools.
>
>  Invited Lisp Music Workshop speakers include:
>
>  John Amuedo, founder of Signal Inference Corp. and the Music  
> Cognition Group,
>    M.I.T. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
>  Chris Chafe, Prof. of Music and Director of CCRMA, Stanford University
>  David Cope, Prof. of Music at U.C. Santa Cruz and author of the  
> Experiments in
>    Musical Intelligence (EMI) automated composition program
>  Roger Dannenberg, Assoc. Research Prof. of Computer Science and Art at
>    Carnegie-Mellon University; author of the Nyquist signal processing  
> language
>  William Kornfeld, Founder of Quintus Software and the Music Cognition  
> Group,
>    M.I.T. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
>  Randal Leistikow, Stanford CCRMA
>  Fernando Lopez-Lezcano, SysAdmin/Lecturer at Stanford CCRMA
>  Heinrich Taube -- Assoc. Prof. of Music Composition and Theory at  
> University
>    of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and author of the Common Music  
> language
>  Mary Simoni -- Associate Professor of Music Technology, Univ. of  
> Michigan,
>    Ann Arbor
>
>  A small number of vacancies remain before the 2005 CCRMA Lisp Music  
> Workshop
>  reaches capacity and registration must close.
>
>  We look forward to you joining us for this week of Lisp-related  
> activities at
>  Stanford.
>
>  WORKSHOP HOSTS
>
>  John Amuedo, ILC 2005 Organizing Committee
>  Chris Chafe, Director of CCRMA
>  Bruno Ruviaro, CCRMA
>
>   
> _______________________________________________________________________ 
> _________
>





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