Classical Music, liveness and digital technologies

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Resumé

Performances of classical composition music have seen a decline in their audiences for some years. Does the classical concert ritual scare people off? This notion has spurred off a development of design concepts directed at rethinking concert rituals in order to create new audience experiences. This article uses the suggestion of Philip Auslander to rethink the relationship between the mediatized and live format in order to use digital technologies to enrich and develop the live performance as a starting position. On the background of an ongoing EU funded interregional project, a series of interrelated design experiments are presented which all share the ambition of integration digital technologies in life performances of classical music. A particular focus is put on the ongoing development of a design concept where interactive audio and visual experiences in an underground metro station shall interrelate with activities and live performances in the nearby concert house.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelEvent Design : Social Pespectives and Practices
RedaktørerGreg Richards, Lénia Marques, Karen Mein
Antal sider24
Udgivelses stedLondon and New York
ForlagRoutledgeFalmer
Publikationsdato22 okt. 2014
Udgave1 edition
Sider137-160
Artikelnummer11
Kapitel11
ISBN (Trykt)978-0415704649, 0415704642
StatusUdgivet - 22 okt. 2014
NavnRoutledge Advances in Event Research Series

Emneord

  • Classical music
  • Liveness
  • Experience design
  • Digital Technologies
  • Interregional

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

  • Ja

Citer dette

Steijn, A. (2014). Classical Music, liveness and digital technologies. I G. Richards, L. Marques, & K. Mein (red.), Event Design: Social Pespectives and Practices (1 edition udg., s. 137-160). [11] London and New York : RoutledgeFalmer. Routledge Advances in Event Research Series
Steijn, Arthur. / Classical Music, liveness and digital technologies. Event Design: Social Pespectives and Practices. red. / Greg Richards ; Lénia Marques ; Karen Mein. 1 edition. udg. London and New York : RoutledgeFalmer, 2014. s. 137-160 (Routledge Advances in Event Research Series).
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Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

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Steijn A. Classical Music, liveness and digital technologies. I Richards G, Marques L, Mein K, red., Event Design: Social Pespectives and Practices. 1 edition udg. London and New York : RoutledgeFalmer. 2014. s. 137-160. 11. (Routledge Advances in Event Research Series).