The season opening of the research concerts at NTNU - Department of Music in autumn 2023, is in collaboration with the Culture Council and Hyfer.
In the winter of 2024, the Arts Council Norway will launch the research anthology Creative practices in music (Skapende praksiser i musikk, Fagbokforlaget), which examines how music is created in various ways within the music field in Norway. Through 12 research articles, competences, practices, methods and trends will be examined through musicological contributions and artistic research.
In addition, from September 2023 14 essays about the practices of making music will be released on the Art Council's website throughout the autumn: https://www.kulturdirektoratet.no/skapende-praksiser-i-musikk
At HYFER 2023, the first insights from the project will be presented.
We meet jazz musician and composer Eirik Hegdal in conversation with Torkjell Hovland about Hegdal's creative practices, Notto Thelle and Gyrid Kaldestad who will talk about the machine as a musical co-creator as well as a concert with Magnify the Sound who improvise with a new instrument consisting of guitar, percussion, film and electronic processing of these sources. The result of this interaction is presented in the form of a distinctive audiovisual expression.
Both NTNU's research concert series and the Arts Council's project about creative practices in music aims to present the greatest possible breadth within music research and various musical practices.
The event is open to everyone, and it is free of charge.
Creative practices in music:
About interdisciplinary research on music and practice.
Introduction by Michael Duch
The music is created in encounters between people:
A conversation between essayist Torkjell Hovland and jazz musician Eirik Hegdal about Hegdal's creative practices.
Co-creative Spaces. The machine as a musical co-creator:
Notto Thelle (OsloMet) and Gyrid Kaldestad (NTNU)
Presentation of results from the research programme Creative Practices in Music (Arts Council Norway, research and development comitee)
Magnify The Sound. To generate new communicative energy in an audiovisual interaction. Performance based on artistic development work by Trond Engum, Carl Haakon Waadeland, Thomas Henriksen and Johan-Magnus Elvemo (NTNU)
The event is free and requires no registration.
Michael Francis Duch, NTNU - Department of Music: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/michael.duch
Torkjell Hovland, Jazznytt, ballade.no
Eirik Hegdal, NTNU - Department of Music: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/eirik.hegdal
Notto Thelle - OsloMet, Department of Technology, Arts and Design:
Gyrid Nordal Kaldestad, NTNU - Department of Music: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/kaldesta
Trond Engum, NTNU - Department of Music: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/trond.engum
Carl Haakon Waadeland, NTNU - Department of Music https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/carl.haakon.waadeland
Thomas Henriksen, NTNU - Department of Music: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/thomas.henriksen
Johan-Magnus Elvemo, NTNU - Department of Art and Media Studies
Please note that the event will be filmed for use on the website of NTNU and Arts Council Norway and that photos will be taken during the festival on the 22nd and 23rd of September. The images will only be used for communication and information related to the festival going forward.