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Historical Piano Summer Academy 2018News May 28, 2018
Open events and a 'grand concours'
ME21 at the European Research Music ConferenceNews May 3, 2018
Barcelona, June 11-13, 2018
MTT at the Performance Studies Network ConferenceNews June 11, 2018
Oslo, July 5-8, 2018
Study day with Jonathan SterneEvent June 18, 2018
From Compressed Speech to Sounds of Infinite Duration: Time-Stretching and Pitch-Shifting in the Analog Era
First vinyl in Orpheus Institute SeriesNews April 21, 2018
Research projectsAll projects
Writing the Flow
Time, Rhythm and Western Music Notation
Critical Edition of Luigi Nono’s "…..sofferte onde serene…" for piano and tape (1975-77)
Edited by Paulo de Assis from the original sketches, autographs, working tapes, and tapes
Detecting Degrees of Density in Aggregates
Can we hear a cluster?
The Orpheus Research Centre produces and promotes the highest quality of artistic research embedded in musical practice, conducted by artist researchers.Explore the research projects
Research and artistic realisations are presented in printed texts and digital media.
Explosive Compressions, after Bruno Maderna's Hyperion
Luigi Nono: Como una ola de fuerza y luz
Artistic Research in Music: Discipline and Resistance
Experimental Encounters in Music and Beyond
The Orpheus Institute provides advanced educational programmes for musicians, such as the international inter-university doctoral programme docARTES.Discover more