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Premio Teresa Rampazzi: Call for Works/Scores

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The SMC/CIM 2020 organizing committee announces a call for musical/sonic/media works for the joint 17th SMC Conference (Sound and Music Computing) and XXIII CIM (Colloquium of Musical Informatics), hosted from June 20th to 26th in Torino, Italy. The theme of SMC2020 is Imaging sound. https://smc2020torino.it/uk/default.asp?PID=1

Call for music works: https://smc2020torino.it/uk/page.asp?PID=134

The best work will be awarded the Teresa Rampazzi Prize.

Music submission is FREE.

This will be the second edition of the Prize. In 2018, a novelty of the CIM has been the introduction of the Teresa Rampazzi Prize to the most original electroacoustic composition selected from the call for music, an award that has accompanied the Aldo Piccialli prize to the most innovative scientific contribution in the research on musical informatics. The first edition of the Prix Teresa Rampazzi (2018) has been awarded to the piece Astèrion by Rocío Cano Valiño. Special mention went to the piece Khēmia I by Demian Rudel Rey.

Italian: www.aimi-musica.org/?page_id=3525

English: https://smc2020torino.it/uk/default.asp?PID=1 (17° SMC International conference) – http://www.aimi-musica.org/?page_id=3532 (XXIII CIM Italian conference)

Important dates

Opening of the Easychair portal for music submissions
January 15th, 2020
Paper submission deadline
February 28th, 2020
Music submission deadline
March 1st, 2020
Summer school application deadline
March 31st, 2020
Notification of music acceptance
April 15th, 2020 
Notification of paper acceptance
 April 17th, 2020
Final paper submission deadline
April 30th, 2020
Early Bird registration deadline
April 30th, 2020

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WoNoMuTe-March-8-2019

8 March 2019: Teresa is a WoMuTe hero!

We are pleased to announce that in celebration of the last International Women’s Day, TERESA RAMPAZZI has been nominated one of the most prominent technological and musical pioneers. This is an important recognition for her work in the early days of Italian Electroacoustic Music.

The other women/heroes in music tech (WoMuTe) are: Ada Lovelace, Laurie Anderson, Margaret Schedel, Liz Phillips, Laurie Spiegel, Delia Derbyshire, Hilde Marie Holsen, and Holly Herndon.

See here ath the following link, the Award Description and all the 9 women heroes’ biographies: http://wonomute.no/2019-03-08-international-womens-day-womute-heroes/

 

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