Monthly Archives: January 2015

Journée d’étude et table ronde – Regards comparés sur les festivals de musiques du monde en France, en Italie et au Québec : trois études de ca

The English version of this site is currently under construction. En partenariat avec le Festival du monde arabe, l’équipe P2M a tenu une journée d’étude et une table ronde les […]

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Le Festival du monde arabe : le goût musical selon le contexte festivalier

The English version of this site is currently under construction Sur la base de terrains effectués lors des événements Orientalys et le Festival du monde arabe (FMA) en 2012, une […]

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Operation Music!

A new surgical technique involves listening to music while operating on patients. The tunes not only aid their concentration, but also help them relax during their surgeries. Watch this video […]

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Tennis matched to music

Imagine an algorithm that generates music from tennis players. This is the concept of a project conceived by IBM, Ogilvy & Mather New York, Patrick Gunderson, and the artist John […]

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The search for of new publics for classical music audiences

Do you know the Manchester Camerata? Based in Great Britain, this chamber music ensemble wants to reach new audiences. To do so, they offer concerts in unusual places: parking lots, […]

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How to get into opera for the first time

Misconceptions about opera may well be keeping new audiences from trying it out.This article offers some tips for opera newcomers to read before attending their first performance.       […]

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An overview of the Quebec music market

The popularity of streaming as a new tool for music consumption might be responsible for a decline in music sales in Québec. This article by Alain Brunet shows current trends […]

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Réinventer les notes de programme à l’ère numérique: de « Beyond the Score » à LiveNote

[Content in French] Adressée au public de la musique classique ou contemporaine, la note de programme est souvent identifiée comme un texte de présentation sur les œuvres interprétées à l’occasion […]

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