Rozmanova ulica 12
1000 Ljubljana
Prostori: osmo/za

Artist-in-Residence: Rob Canning (UK) (en)

Rob Canning is a composer and sound artist. His work focuses on finding a dialogue between algorithmic system based composition strategies and intuitive/improvised approaches.  He has worked with ensembles such as the London Sinfonietta, The Concorde Ensemble, The National Chamber Choir of Ireland and the Con Tempo String Quartet amongst others.  His composed works have been performed and broadcast internationally along side his multichannel electronic and installation works which have appeared in a number of contexts including exhibitions, dance performances and theatre. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D in Goldsmiths College London with a focus on computer assisted composition strategies using free/libre/open source software. He is a member of the GOTO10 collective.

EarZoom 2010

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EarZoom 2010 Festival Exhibition: 2nd to 6th October 2010 at ŠKUC Gallery from noon to 8 pm, put on by the Institute for Sonic Arts Research (IRZU) in collaboration with Cankarjev dom, Cyberpipe, Kapelica Gallery and Ljudmila. The EarZoom 2010 festival - program and venues at IRZU.


Kyklos (κύκλος = “cycle, circle”) is a work for 6 melody instruments, it can be performed live, presented as a six channel surround sound tape piece or as a piece for melody instruments and tape or as an installation. There is no conventional hardcopy score for this piece.  The score for kyklos exists as a video file which is equivalent to a 17 meter long score in six parts. This is scrolled through over the duration of 18 minutes. The performer/s play from a projection of this score which may also be visible to the audience. The score is written in a form of proportional notation.



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Workshop: Composing for Instruments with FLOSS Tools

Date: 6. 7. October 2010

Location: Ljudmila, Rimska 8, Ljubljana

An Introduction to using an array of Free Libre and Open Source Software tools to combine the algorithmic processing power of computers with the performative potential of making music that can be read by humans. The workshop shall focus on combining computer music languages such as pure-data with the notation software abcmusic, Rosegarden and Lilypond also calling on tricks using some simple scripts made using bash, sed, python and imagemagick. The workshop shall be given on the GNU//Linux distribution puredyne, a multimedia distribution made for artists by artists. puredyne.goto10.org

LJUDMILA by KUD France Prešere Trnovo is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the Culture and Research Department of the City of Ljubljana.