Event [No.5] – Breaking the Glass Ceiling

15110361_1307177719332715_2183901729670578692_oWhen: 13, December at 19:00–22:30
Where: Splendor (Nieuwe Uilenburgerstraat 116, 1011 LX Amsterdam)


New Emergences is a lecture and discussion series highlighting the current debates around gender in electronic, contemporary and experimental music. Within these fields, it is increasingly necessary to give a platform to current advocates for under-represented voices. We believe it is important to expose existing biases that impede the richness of our diversity. By openly discussing how the current environment validifies our artistic works by the identification of our gender, we hope to challenge the existing conditions.

Keynote

Kate Moore(AU/NL) – Composer of new music creating worlds of sound for acoustic and electroacoustic media. She also writes instrumental music, concert music, sound installations and more. https://katemoore.org/

New Emergences #5 : Breaking the Glass Ceiling


For the discussion Kate is joined on the panel by

Henriëtte Post(NL) – Board of Directors at Fonds Podiumkunsten (FPK, http://fondspodiumkunsten.nl)
Joel Ryan(US/NL) – Composer, inventor and scientist – a pioneer in the design of musical instruments based on real time digital signal processing. https://jr.home.xs4all.nl/

Rozalie Hirs(NL) – Composer and Poet, whose work principally concerns the adventures of listening, reading and of the Imagination. http://www.rozaliehirs.com/

Moderator:
Anne La Berge(US/NL) – Composer/performer of electro-acoustic music based in Amsterdam. http://annelaberge.com/

Free entry – Donations welcome

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/321850194868206/

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