A streaming version of MTI²'s Prof. Bret Battey’s “Three Breaths in Empty Space” will be part of Festival Visiones Sonoras, hosted by MTI² partner-institution CMMAS (Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras), 23-25 September, 2020:
There will be a launch event at Ultima Festival in Oslo this week Friday, September 11 at 3pm, for the open access book "Taking the Temperature: Crisis, Curating, and Musical Diversity", which features an interview with MTI²'s Anna Xambó, talking about her experiences during her time as a chair of the organisation WoNoMute.
Order or download the book here: https://on-curating.org/book/taking-the-temperature-crisis-curating-and-musical-diversity.html
"We view this current crisis as creating an opening for contemporary music to finally escape its toxic relationship with tradition, quality and a white, European bourgeois aesthetic and embrace the many newly-made musics that exist in this world." (extract from Editorial by Brandon Farnsworth, Anna Jakobsson, Vanessa Massera)
The latest issue of the Cambridge University Press journal Organised Sound is now out, on the theme of 'Time in Electroacoustic Music':
The issue is co-edited by MTI²'s Prof. Kevin Dahan, and includes two articles by MTI² members - Kevin Dahan's 'A Temporal Framework for Electroacoustic Music Exploration', and James Andean's 'Rhythm in Acousmatic Music' - as well as an article by an MTI alumnus: Michael Gatt's 'Memory, Expectation and the Temporal Flux of Acousmatic Music'.