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6º Encontro Científico Internacional para Estudos sobre Som e Instrumentos Musicais CONGRESSO DE ORGANOLOGIA PORTO - PORTUGAL 6th International Scientific Meeting for Sound and Musical Instrument Studies

6º Encontro Científico Internacional para Estudos sobre Som e Instrumentos Musicais CONGRESSO DE ORGANOLOGIA PORTO - PORTUGAL 6th International Scientific Meeting for Sound and Musical Instrument Studies

STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTURE OF SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE AND EXPRESSION
Sustainability , Heritage , Technology , Education
CONTRIBUTING TO HELP OUR WORLD
In this special conference we welcome participation from all areas, proposing to communicate your work on scientific and cultural heritage which is thought to be relevant to sound and musical instrument research and creative output, comprising innovative technology and issues regarding sustainability (matters on preservation of rare species and forest genetic resources are among these). We strongly invite all those who care and are willing to step forward with solutions and propositions concerning the four main topics, to be discussed and summoned during the conference days.
INCLUDED in the congress: recitals and concerts with historic and innovative instruments, namely by composer Graham Hair and Scottish Voices superlative music, Ancient Music Ireland presenting the new replicas of the Irish/British Iron Age trumpets (trumpa mór) and a pair of traditional Nepalese narsingra in comparison, ‘Body Music: Japanese Bunraku revisited’ from the project KikiT VisuoSonic presented by Professor Maurice Owen from Southampton Solent University, and a special performance by the archeao-ethnographic music research group from Chile ‘Chimuchina’ (with the possible support from the Chilean government); exhibition/ENCONTROIM (encounter for makers and collectors of musical instruments); a Skype presentation from one of the founders of sustainability in music, directly from the USA, Professor Jeff Titon; discussion, panels, roundtables and a brain storm session; workshops and a pioneer Maker's LAB where makers have the chance to explain in detail their original inventions and projects, showing the participants the actual practice; and also the presentation of the newest project in education which is being developed by ANIMUSIC.
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