Workshop: Children's music improvisation with a machine24-01-2020 15:50
On the first day of the conference, children will be invited to improvise with a computational system on the keyboard. The child plays a melody, the system answers back, and so on, producing a musical dialogue which allows the children to progress in terms of musicality and creativity. We will also discuss pedagogical use in formal and informal environments, and potential benefits for the children. No musical experience is needed. The system was produced during the European project MIROR by Sony CSL.
The duration of the event is about 60 to 90 minutes depending on the number of the participants
The event is organized with the joint effort of Music, Cognition, Computation and Community Lab, Department of Music Studies, School of Philosophy, NKUA