Digital innovation : New Tools, Old Tricks ?

Is digital innovation offering a true revolution: Who for?

Séverine Garnier photo by RF Abrahamovitz
Hannelore Guitet
Frederick Rousseau
Hadrien Lemoine
Pierre-Henri Dutron by Jean-Baptiste Millot
  • event type:Classical:NEXT 18 off C:N Presentation
  • date:18 May 2018
  • time:14:45 - 15:45
  • city/area:Rotterdam
  • venue:Conference Room 3, (de Doelen)
  • country:Netherlands
  • event submitted by:Piranha Arts

Co-ordinated by Séverine Garnier (France), journalist / blogger, Classique mais pas has been (blog)

With Hannelore Guitet (France), co-founder, artistic director, NoMadMusic
Frederick Rousseau (France), manager, industrial relations, IRCAM
Pierre-Henri Dutron (France), composer
Hadrien Lemoine (France), business manager, SCORELI

Music innovations focus a lot on storage and pure players. But what about music practice? And Education? Digital scores, app, interactive catalogue, virtual reality concert: What can digital innovation bring to classical music? Digital innovation offers new ways to share the music. It gives professionals new tools for education. It gives students and adult amateur musicians new experiments of playing. Does it really change the ways, the models, the rules? Which are the opportunities classical music network can expect? How the music ecosystem works with digital innovation? At what cost? Is innovation can be sustainable? Can innovation may be misleading? What kind of musical professionals/institutions are concerned and/or impacted ? Is the audience concerned at the end?