NCTU Library International Conference Center
NCTU Theater Activity Center
11/30 (Fri.) 13:30
Automata: Mechanical Garden
Evening concert I
11/30 (Fri.) 19:00
大提琴:黃曉蓮 Cello: Hsiao-Lian Huang
擊樂:陳彥廷 Percussion: Yan-Ting Chen
Evening concert II
11/30 (Fri.) 20:00
鋼琴 Piano: Christopher Keyes
NCTU Theater Activity Center
Evening concert III
11/30 (Fri.) 21:00
小提琴:劉映秀 Violin: Ying-Hsiu Liu
Asian Electronic Music Concert
12/01 (Sat.) 11:00
長笛:蔡佳芬 Flute: Chia-Fen Tsai
豎笛:張嘉心 Clarinet: Chia-Hsin Chang
薩克斯風:陳力鋒 Saxophone: Li-Feng Chen
琵琶:駱昭勻 Pipa: Chao-Yun Luo
12/01 (Sat.) 16:00
Il Passaggio Spaziale(1991)
鋼琴:鍾博曦 Piano: Po-Hsi Chung
鋼琴:黃英樺 Piano: Ying-Hua Huang
小提琴:李俊穎 Violin: Juin-Ying Lee
女高音 Soprano: Maureen Chowning
NCTU Library International Conference Center
Paper Presentation I Multimedia Interactions
Tseng Yu-Chung, Tsai Kun-Ting and Liu Che-Wei.
SMELTING: AN INTERACTIVE MUSICAL INSTALLATION
Si-Xiang Wu and Yu-Chung Tseng.
A CONTROL SYSTEM AND SURFACE FOR INTERACTIVE MULTI-CHANNEL MIXING–USING IPAD AND RME AUDIO INTERFACE
Paper Presentation II Music Information Retrieval
Ta-Chun Chen, Yi-Tai Wu, Tien-Ming Wang, Pei-Ching Li and Alvin Su.
SOURCEFILTER BASED VIOLIN SOUND SYNTHESIS WITH LINEAR PREDICTIVE CODING
Hermes Shing Lyu and Shyh-Kang Jeng.
COMPUTER EXPRESSIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE BY PHRASE-WISE MODELING
Exploration of the Fusion Feature of New Age Music ---On the Music Creation Style of "Secret Garden"
Paper Presentation III Audio Signal Processing
Ding-Chi Lin, Shyh-Kang Jeng and Chyh-Hong Chern.
A Computer-aided Harmonization System for Chorale Melody Based on Machine Learning and Harmonic Rules
Chung-Hao Cheng and Chih-Fang Huang.
AN AUTOMATED COMPOSITION SYSTEM BASED ON SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE
Chih-Wei Wu and Chih-Fang Huang.
AN INNOVATIVE WAY TO IMPLEMENT CHINESE CHIME-BELL SOUND SYNTHESIS
Paper Presentation IV Music Data Processing
Hua-Yen Pan, Tzu-Heng Chi and Chih-Wei Wu.
EXPRESSIVE CONTROLLER FORCHINESE BAMBOO FLUTE
Ping-Jui Huang and Yu-Chung Tseng
Front Desk International Conference Center
Lasts for two days
On the Technology and Musical Features of Early Electronic Music
Stone Cheng and Hui-Shan Chiu.
Emotion Locus of Music Signals based on Functional Physiology Transduction
Lobby: College of Humanities and Social Sciences Building I
金啟平 Chi-Ping, Chin、吳冠穎 Kuan-Ying, Wu
紀子衡 Tzu-Heng, Chi、卓立航 Li-Hang, Cho、李季穎 Chi-Ying, Lee、林廷達 Ting-Ta, Lin
「A Showcase for the SC Tweets」「SC 啼鳴」
曾毓忠 Yu-Chung, Tseng、劉哲瑋 Che-Wei, Liu、紀子衡 Tzu-Heng, Chi
何品達 Pinda D. Ho、陳昱榮 Yu-Rong, Chen、歐俐廷 Li-Ting, Ou
John Chowning was born in Salem, New Jersey, in 1934. Following military service he studied music at Wittenberg University where he concentrated on composition and received a BMus degree in 1959. He then studied composition in Paris for three years with Nadia Boulanger. In 1966 he received the doctorate in composition from Stanford University, where he studied with Leland Smith. With the help of Max Mathews of Bell Telephone Laboratories and David Poole of Stanford, in 1964 he set up a computer music program using the computer system of Stanford's Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. This was the first implementation of an on-line computer music system ever. Beginning in 1964, he built a program that allowed the simulation of moving sources in a quadraphonic projection. In 1967, Chowning discovered the frequency modulation (FM) algorithm in which both the carrier frequency and the modulating frequency are within the audio band. This breakthrough in the synthesis of timbres allowed a very simple yet elegant way of creating and controlling time-varying spectra. Over the next six years he worked toward turning this discovery into a system of musical importance. In 1971 he made a significant advancement based upon analytical research of Jean-Claude Risset and Max Mathews at Bell Telephone Laboratories. Stanford University began a relationship with Yamaha in Japan in 1973, which led to the most successful synthesizer series in the history of electronic musical instruments.
Chowning has received fellowship grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and was artist-in-residence with the Kunstlerprogramm des Deutschen Akademischen Austauschdiensts for the City of Berlin in 1974, and guest artist in IRCAM, Paris in 1978-79, in 1981, and in 1985. His compositions have been widely performed around the world and have been recorded on compact disc. In 1983 he was honored for his contributions to the field of computer music at the International Computer Music Conference in Rochester, New York. In 1988 he was elected a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Music by Wittenberg University in 1990. The French Ministre de la Culture awarded him the Diplôme d’Officier dans l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres in 1995. He was awarded the Doctorat Honoris Causa in 2002 by the Université de la Méditerranée and in 2010 by the Queen’s University, Belfast.
Beginning in 1966 Chowning taught computer-sound synthesis and composition at Stanford University's Department of Music and was the founding director in 1975 of the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), one of the leading centers for computer music and related research.
Since November 2004 Simon Emmerson has been Professor of Music, Technology and Innovation at De Montfort University, Leicester. As a composer he works mostly with live electronics; recent commissions include works for the Smith Quartet, Philip Sheppard (electric cello), Philip Mead (piano) with the Royal Northern College of Music Brass Quintet, Keynote+ (Jane Chapman and Kate Ryder - harpsichord and piano). He has also completed purely electroacoustic commissions from the IMEB (Bourges), the GRM (Paris) and the Inventionen Festival (Berlin). He is currently at work on commissions for Katrin Zenz (flute) and Sond’Arte (Lisbon). CDs of his works have been issued by Continuum (1993) and Sargasso (2007 and 2008). He contributed to and edited The Language of Electroacoustic Music in 1986 (Macmillan, still in print) and Music, Electronic Media and Culture (Ashgate, 2000). His book Living Electronic Music was published by Ashgate in 2007. He has contributed to such as Computer Music Journal, Contemporary Music Review and Journal of New Music Research. He was founder Secretary of EMAS (The Electroacoustic Music Association of Great Britain) in 1979, and served on the Board of Sonic Arts Network from its inception until 2004. He is a Trustee of its successor organisation ‘Sound and Music’. In 2009-2010 he was DAAD Edgar Varese Visiting Professor at the TU, Berlin. In the summer of 2011 he gave the keynote addresses at the Australasian Computer Music Conference (Auckland) and the International Computer Music Conference (Huddersfield).
Richard Dudas holds degrees in Music Composition from The Peabody Conservatory of Music of the Johns Hopkins University, and from The University of California, Berkeley. He additionally studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary and the National Regional Conservatory of Nice, France. In addition to composing music for acoustic instruments, he has been actively involved with music technology since the late 1980s. As a computer musician, he has taught courses at IRCAM, and developed musical tools for Cycling ’74. Since 2007 he has been teaching music composition and computer music at Hanyang University in Seoul, Korea.
Hajdu was born to Hungarian parents who had fled their country in 1956. He grew up in Cologne where he obtained diplomas in molecular biology and musical composition from the University of Cologne and the Cologne Musikhochschule, resp. A stipend by the German Academic Exchange Service enabled him to enter the graduate program in composition at the University of California, Berkeley in 1990, working closely with the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT) and eventually obtaining a Ph.D. in 1994. His teachers include Georg Kröll, Johannes Fritsch, Krzysztof Meyer, Clarence Barlow, Andrew Imbrie, JorgeLiderman and David Wessel. He also audited classes with György Ligeti in Hamburg.
In 1996, following residencies at IRCAM and the ZKM, Karlsruhe, he co-founded the Ensemble WireWorks a group specializing in the performance of mixed-media composition. In 1999, he produced his full-length opera Der Sprung - Beschreibung einer Oper for which author and film director Thomas Brasch wrote the libretto. In May 2002, his interactive networked performance environment Quintet.net was employed in a Munich Biennale opera performance. In 2004, he instigated the development of the Bohlen - Pierce clarinet and in 2005 he co-founded the European Bridges Ensemble for networked music performance.
In addition to his compositions, which are characterized by a pluralistic attitude and have earned him several international prizes, the IBM-prize of the Ensemble Modern (1990) among them,Hajdu published articles on several topics on the borderline of music and science. His areas of interest include multimedia, microtonality, algorithmic, interactive and networked music performance. He has been directing a number of international projects with media centers and universities in Europe and the USA. Currently, Georg Hajdu is professor of multimedia composition and music theory at the Hamburg Hochschule of Music and Theater.
Alexander Sigman’s award-winning instrumental, electroacoustic, film, multimedia, and installation works have been featured on major international festivals, exhibitions, institutions, and venues across Europe, Asia, and the US. In June 2007, Sigman was Composer-in-Residence at the Musiques Démesurées festival in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Subsequently, he was awarded residency fellowships by the Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart, Germany), the Djerassi Foundation, and the Paul Dresher Ensemble Artists Residency Center. In 2013, he will be undertaking a musical research residency at IRCAM.
Since 2008, Sigman has been Co-Editor of the Search Journal for New Music and Culture and Managing Director of Ensemble Modelo62, an 11-member Dutch contemporary music ensemble. In 2010, he co-founded the Menlo-Atherton Academy of Contemporary Music, a San Francisco Bay Area arts education organization. Recently, Sigman has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Sacramento-based Composers and Schools in Concert (CSIC).
Current projects include Minotaur, an intermedia performance installation for dance, video, live painting, and sound sculpture, realized in collaboration with choreographer Erika Tsimbrovsky, alarm/will/sound, a series of modified car alarm systems designed in conjunction with London and Berlin-based product designer Matthias Megyeri, and the soundtrack to an animated film by Korean visual artist Eunjung Hwang. This year, Sigman has received commissions from New York-based violinist/violist Miranda Cuckson, Italian flautist Matteo Cesari, Ensemble Pamplemousse, Ensemble Modelo62, and Duo Echoi. Sigman’s first portrait recording, entitled Nominal/Noumenal, was released on Carrier Records in March 2012. This recording features performances by Les Percussions de Strasbourg, Ensemble SurPlus, and ensemble ascolta.
Also active as a researcher, Sigman has published articles and book chapters on a variety of subjects in international peer reviewed journals, books, conference proceedings, and exhibition catalogues. He has presented lectures at numerous conferences and institutions, including Harvard University, the Aspen Institute, the American Musicological Society, the Musikhochschule Stuttgart, the University of Leeds, and Aristotle University Thessaloniki.
Sigman completed his doctorate in Music Composition at Stanford University in 2010. Prior to Stanford, he obtained a BM in Music and a BA in Cognitive Sciences from Rice University. Further postgraduate studies were undertaken at the University for Music and the Performing Arts Vienna, as well as the Institute for Sonology of the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (Netherlands). He is currently Assistant Professor of Composition at Keimyung University in Daegu, South Korea.
More information may be found here: www.lxsigman.com
Ken Paoli is a Professor of Music at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Il. He has also taught at DePaul University and was Chairman of Music Theory and Composition at Western Illinois University. He is a former student of Phil Winsor and M. William Karlins and received his DMA from Northwestern University.
Ken is a "crossover" musician who is equally at ease in the areas of commercial music production, jazz and contemporary art music. He has worked in all areas of music performance and production and is a highly regarded performer and improviser on piano and synthesizers. He was an invited lecturer and composer for WOCMAT 2007 and was a visiting professor at National Chiao Tung University teaching "Advanced Audio Production Techniques" in 2009.
Recent works include Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Piano, Chase for Amplified Violin, Viola, Trumpet and fixed electronics, Episodes (eight-channel) and Slices (stereo) for fixed electronics, Monologue for Horn, and Phil-Harmonia I for Flute , Clarinet and Piano.
Christopher J. Keyes (b. 1963) began his career as a pianist, winning many competitions and later making his "double-debut" in Carnegie Hall as both soloist and guest composer with the New York Youth Symphony. He continued his musical training at the Eastman School of Music, completing his doctorate in 1992. His major composition teachers include Joseph Schwantner, Samuel Adler, Christopher Rouse, and Robert Morris. Among his numerous awards are a Rudolf Nissim award for best orhestral work by a living ASCAP member, the Eastman Szernovsky Award, several ASCAP Grants to Young Composers, and numerous scholarships including the University of California Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Physics. His compositions have been performed and broadcast in over 30 countries world -wide.
Since the late 1990s his work has focused on electro-acoustic music, multi-channel audio, and more recently computer graphics as mediums to expand the possibilities of acoustic instruments in concert. He is currently an Associate Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University where he directs the Electro-acoustic Music Centre and theLaboratory for Immersive Arts and Technology.
Born in Berlin in 1962, Andre Bartetzki began his training and professional work as sound technician at broadcast stations and recording studios. From 1987 until 1993 he studied sound engineering at the Musikhochschule "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin, where he founded and headed the studio for electroacoustic music until 2002. From 1999 to 2004 Andre also taught at the Musikhochschule and at the media faculty of the Bauhaus University in Weimar. Between 2009 and 2012 he has been co-director of the Electronic Studio at the Technische Universität Berlin together with Volker Straebel.
Andre Bartetzki has given workshops and lectures on electroacoustic composition and programming around the world. He works as a programmer and sound engineer for contemporary music, sound and media art. For more than 15 years he has been developing and performing his own musical projects, compositions, sound installations and video art, with performances at numerous festivals worldwide. He has ongoing international collaborations with musicians, dancers and visual artists. Andre Bartetzki has received grants and fellowships at the ZKM Karlsruhe, the Künstlerhaus Ahrenshoop and the Denkmalschmiede Hoefgen.
Composer, performer and researcher, Lindborg is a member of the Norwegian Society of Composers since 1996 and Assistant Professor since 2007 at the School of Art|Design|Media at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Lindborg studied piano, trombone, mathematics, languages, classical music and jazz improvisation in his native Sweden before concentrating on composition. He obtained degrees from Oslo (State Academy of Music 1995) and Paris (Ircam 1999 and Sorbonne 2003). He also studied with Klas Torstensson in the Netherlands. Lindborg was twice awarded a Young Artist Grant (1998 and 1999) from the Norwegian governement. He is currently pursuing a PhD at TMH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.
Lindborg's main research interests lie in CAAC (Computer-Assisted Analysis and Composition) and rhetoric as a metaphor for composition. Peer-reviewed articles have been published by Springer Verlag and Ircam-Delatour.
His compositions for soloists, ensembles and interactive electronics are published by MIC (Norway) and ABRSM (UK). Highlights include the sound design for "On the String"; “TreeTorika” for saxophone and chamber orchestra at Ultima Festival 2006; "khreia" for orchestra, First Prize winner at Stavanger Symphony Orchestra Nordic Composers' Competition 2002; “Extra Quality#2” for dancers and electronics, commissioned for the Agora Festival at Centre Pompidou 2002, Paris; “Leçons” for saxophone and computer, composed at IRCAM 1999, Paris; "Nermal SonoSofisms", Audience Price winner at Forum 1996, Montreal. Lindborg’s music has been released on ECM, Daphne and own label, as well as with sound artist group freq_out, on Ash International.
The Founder of Computer Music at NCTU
Born May 10, 1938 in Morris, Illinois, Phil Winsor holds degrees from Illinois Wesleyan University and San Francisco State University; he has done graduate work at the University of California, Berkeley and doctoral studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana.
For the past thirty years he has pursued the dual professions of music composer and multimedia artist/photographer. His traditional and experimental photographic prints have been exhibited at galleries in the United States and the Republic of China, including the Chicago Gallery of Photography and Exposures Gallery in Evanston, the Afterimage Gallery in Dallas, and the Sun Gat Gallery in Taipei. During 1991 he had one-man shows of his Luce Libera Series in Kaoshung and Taipei, Taiwan. (Examples of this series of experimental photographs are in the private collections of many individuals as well as corporations such as Texas Instruments.)
Phil Winsor’s intermedia works for computer and human performers have been performed at galleries and universities in the USA and Europe, and his compositions employing graphic notational techniques are part of the traveling exhibition, Eye Music, which toured European art galleries during 1986-87 under the auspices of the British Arts Council. He has written over eighty musical compositions and interdisciplinary works, many of which were commissioned by experimental cinematographers and modern dance companies in the United States. His music has received significant performances around the world, has been recorded on various commercial LPs and CDs, and is published by Carl Fischer, Inc., NY.
He has received international recognition for his interdisciplinary artworks, including the Rome Prize Fellowship, a Fulbright Fellowship, a Ford Foundation Electronic Music Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Composition Fellowships, two Republic of China National Science Council Computer Music Research Grants, and numerous competition awards and prizes.
Yu-Chung Tseng,Composr, Director of Sound and Music Innovative Technology Master Program; Music Director of Chiao Tung Laptop Orchestra-CLOrk; Associate professor of Computer Music Composition at Music Institute at National Chiao Tung University. He completed his Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of North Texas(1998),where he studied composition and computer music with Phil Winsor,Larry Austin and J.C.Nelson. He is member of ICMA and founding member of TCMA in Taiwan.
His music, written for both acoustic and electronic media, has been recognized with selection/awards from the Taiwan National Culture Planning Council Music Competition Prize(1989), UNT Computer Music Competition(2nd Prize/1996), Bourges International Electroacoustic Music Competition (Selected work/1998/1999/2005), Pierre Schaeffer International Computer Music Competition(1st Prize/2003,3rd Prize/2007), Città di Udine International Contemporary Music Competition(Special Mention of Jury/ 2003, Winning work/2006), MUSICA NOVA International Electroacoustic Music Competition (Finalist/2004/2005/2007,Honary Mention award/2009,1st Prize/2010), Metamorphoses International Competition of Acousmatic Composition (Finalist/2006/2008/2010).
Mr. Tseng's works have also received many performances at festivals and conferences including International Computer Music Conference(China, Cuba, U.S.A., Singapore, North Ireland, Montreal), Beijing International Electroacoustic Music Festival, Korean Soul International Computer Music Festival, SEAMUS National Conference, Shanghai International Electroacoustic Music Festival, Dusseldorf Schumann Festival, UCM New Music Festival, Tokyo Asian Digital Music Festival, Prague Musica Nova, Brussels Metamorphoses. He also received many composition commissions from National Foundation of Arts, National Chiang Kai-shek Cultural Center, Taipei Dance Circle, SuccPerc, National Taiwan Arts Education Center, Council Hakka Affairs, and performers.
His music can be heard on Selected Electroacoustic Music of Yu-chung Tseng (ISCM-Taiwan), CDCM Vol.28(U.S.A.), WOCMAT2006/2007/2009(TCMA), Discontact iii(Canada), Pescara 2004, Contemporanea 2006(Taukay, It.), Metamorphoses labels 2006/ 2008/2010(Belgium), SEAMUS 25th Anniversary CD(USA), KECD2 (Demark), and Musica Nova 2009/2010 prize-winning CD(Czech).
Recent years he found his interests in NIME-integrating various technologies including sensors, wiimote, iPhone, iPad, laptop, self-designed instruments with Max/MSP, Live, Spat…software as new interface musical expression for both individual and ensemble performing purposes . He founded the first laptop orchestra-CLOrk(Chiao-tung Laptop Orchestra) at National Chiao-tung university in Taiwan.
Born in Taipei in 1965, composer Tzyy-Sheng LEE began piano lessons at the age of four. He was admitted five years later to the prestigious Experimental Music Class, where his formal musical training was launched. Mr. Lee received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theory and Composition from Taipei National University of Arts in 1988. Following the completion of two years in military service in Fall 1990, he undertook studies at Boston University, where he received his Master of Music, and then at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a William Penn Fellow and was awarded a Ph.D. in Musical Composition in May of 1996. Noted composition teachers with whom he has studied include Professors Yen Lu, Hwang-Long Pan, Theodore Antoniou, Lukas Foss, Richard Wernick and George Crumb.
Dr. Lee won the Yoshiro Irino Memorial Prize of the Asian Composers' League in 1986 and the Open Composition Competitions sponsored by the Council for Cultural Affairs of the Republic of China in 1984, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991 and 1992. His works have been performed in Poland, Netherlands, France, Germany, Austria, United States, Canada, New Zealand, Japan, Thailand as well as Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. In particular, Dr. Lee's works have been included in programs at the ISCM World Music Days, the Aspekte Salzburg, the Asian Composers' League Festivals, the Asia-Pacific Festival, the Aspen Music Festival, SCI Regional Conferences, the World Saxophone Conference, Shanghai Spring Festival, Warsaw Autumn and Dresden New Music Festival. His music has also been presented at the International Rostrum of Composers (UNESCO) in Paris in May 1992, and broadcast in Austria, Netherlands, Iceland, Norway, Hong Kong, Japan and Australia.
Since his return to Taiwan in Summer 1996, Dr. Lee has served on the faculty at National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung and National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu.
Chao-Ming Tung is a Taiwanese-born composer and gu-zheng player (Chinese zither) based in Cologne, Germany. His music encompasses stage, instrumental, vocal, and electro-acoustic works, and multimedia-performances with visual arts and dance. Since 2000 he has gradually incorporated Chinese instruments into his music, and improvises with gu-zheng and live electronics in concerts.
In 1988 he began composition studies with Chien Nan-Chang in the Chinese-Culture-University Taipei. He continued his training from 1990 -1997 at the Musikhochschule Köln Germany with Johannes Fritsch and Mauricio Kagel, and later at the Folkwang-Hochschule Essen with Nicolaus A. Huber, where he graduated with distinction. Since 1999 he has worked as a freelance composer and musician, and facilitates East-West cultural exchanges.
Tung's work has been presented in concerts of numerous festivals throughout Europe, Asia, and the USA. He has collaborated with choreographers, dancers, painters, musicians, ensembles, sound-, media- and video artists, e.g. Annegret Heiln, René Pieters, Bernhard Gal, Klang Forum Wien, Ensemble Ictus, Ensemble Modern, ensemble 2e2m, Ensemble On-Line Vienna , ensemble DEDALO, and China Found Music Workshop Taipei.
He was awarded the Bernd Alois Zimmermann Scholarship for Composers from the City of Cologne in 1999, the Scholarship of National Culture and Arts Foundation Taiwan in 2001 and the Scholarship of Villa Aurora Los Angles, second award of international Xu Chang Hui composition competition Taiwan.
He is a composer in residence of China Found Music Workshop Taipei since 2006 and guest professor for composition at the National Ciao Tung University 2007.
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Chimin Hsieh is a choregrapher, dancer and producer of synthetic dance movements videos. He got his PhD in Art, Science and Technology from INP-G in 2007, working at ICA Laboratory in collaboration with ACROE.
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