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Participation of the MTG at the Primavera PRO festival

Participation of the MTG at the Primavera PRO festival

30.05.2018

Primavera PRO is a meeting point for today’s music industry.  The ninth edition of this professional event will take place between 30 May and 3 June at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB), in parallel with Primavera Sound. For five days the event will gather all types of cross-cutting activities ranging from discussions to networking sessions through conferences, workshops, mentoring sessions, showcases and receptions, always with the aim of strengthening the knowledge of the industry and contributing to its transformation.

Rafael Ramírez, investigador del MTG-UPF

Artificial intelligence enriches the process of learning music

On 30 May, from 1.30pm to 2pm in the Hall of the CCCB, Rafael Ramírez will be presenting the TELMI project, in a presentation entitled “Learn to play an instrument through artificial intelligence”.

The main goal of the project is to propose another way of studying and learning musical instruments by combining interactive self-learning, augmented feedback, together with complementary systems to traditional teaching. Those attending the presentation will be able to experience the possibilities offered by artificial intelligence to enrich the music learning process. With the violin as a practical example, the researcher Rafael Ramírez will explain the most innovative breakthroughs in this line and demonstrate the various interactive technologies that may be key in the way in which we relate with instruments in the future.

Innovating in musical projects in Europe

On 31 May, from 4.30pm to 5.30pm at the CCCB (Mirador) Sonia Espí will participate in a panel with Aïda Díaz (Catalan Government), Augusto Paramio (Creative Europe), and with Maria Azcona (Creative Europe) chairing the session. The panel will focus on the possibilities of funding offered by the European Commission’s Creative Europe and Horizon 2020 programmes for musical projects.

Source: Universitat Pompeu Fabra news

 

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