CodeKlavier Activities 🎹🎤
This page gives a run down of public CodeKlavier presentations and milestones to date:
(newest on top)
May 2019: Performaces of the CKalcuλator at Sounds like Soup on the 19th and at Young Amsterdam Artists concert on the 23rd. Both concerts are in Amsterdam. Our second residency with Patrick Borgeat working on the AR extension will take place.
March 2019: First residency with Patrick Borgeat working on the AR extension. Watch the teaser here
November 2018: Performance at Splendor
October 2018: Performance at ARTikulationen in Graz. This was the first time we used our custom built KeyScanner.
August 2018: CodeKlavier paper and performance are presented at the International Computer Music Conference in Daegu, Korea! In the proceedings you can find our first CodeKlavier published paper.
July 2018: CodeKlavier received its custom built KeyScanner by Andrew McPherson.
June 2018: Performance and lecture-demonstration at MuSA 2018 at IMWI Karlsruhe, Germany. Our presentation included a special CodeKlavier “presentation mode” where we used various CodeKlavier piano techniques to live code the presentation. This event also featurde a performance of Huygbrid and a more developed version of the CKalculator. There were also performances of Huygbrid (previously Hybrid) and CKalculator at Ephemere in Studio Loos, Netherlands. Watch the video of CKalculator here.
May 2018: Performance of two new prototypes, Hybrid and CKalculator at WORM in Rotterdam as part of the Algo~rhythms series.
March 2018: Performance at the Huygens Festival Amuse in Voorburg, NL and at In-Sonora Festival in Madrid, Spain. Video from In-Sonora here
February 2018: Recording of Motippets version 1.
December 2017: Mini-tour! “hello world” and Motippets were performed at the International Conference on Live Coding in Morelia, Mexico - watch video of Motippets here. We also gave a lecture-presentation at the Tandon School of Engineering, hosted by LiveCode.NYC, in New York and performed “hello world” at the Uncaged Toy Piano Festival. Watch video here.
October 2017: CodeKlavier received a 2 year grant for further development from the Creative Industries Fund NL and our angel sponsor.
September 2017: “hello world” is performed at the Gaudeamus Muziek week - a contemporary music festival held annually in Utrecht, Netherlands. A special interactive version of “hello world” is created as an interactive installation for Leiden’s Evening of Art and Science.
May 2017: “hello world” is awarded the Conlon and Uncaged Festival’s Composition Prize. Watch the video here
April 2017: CodeKlavier received the starter’s phase grant from the Creative Industries Fund NL.