How the lion learned to moonwalk and other stories on how to design for classical music experiences

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Title How the lion learned to moonwalk and other stories on how to design for classical music experiences
Author(s) Björgvinsson, Erling ; Ehrndal, Marie ; Rosenqvist, Karolina ; Steijn, Arthur M. ; Topgaard, Richard ; Wellejus, Asta ; Wendelboe Kuczynski, Eva ; Wille, Jakob I.
Date 2014
Editor(s) Topgaard, Richard
English abstract
Live classical music is facing considerable challenges. How can philharmonic orchestras, organizations that are heavily rooted in the past, become more democratic and better connected to the societies they are situated in? Through collaboration across institutional borders and knowledge domains, the Designing Classical Music Experiences project had the ambition to develop new spatial and mediated audience experiences, and to reach new audiences in the Øresund Region. The vision was nothing less than to democratize classical music. One of the premises of the project was to involve musicians, designers, researchers, students, audience members – and many others – in the design- and development processes. Another premise was to enhance and extend the concert experience through visualizations and other types of visual arts. A number of conclusions related to ‘organizational challenges’, ‘audience engagement’, and ‘media and technologies’ are presented and further developed in this book. The first section of the book accounts for two perspectives on how to work with live classical music and audiences from a designer’s point of view. The second section of the book give detailed accounts of the most high-profiled case studies the project has worked with.
Publisher Malmö University
ISBN 978-91-7104-619-2
978-91-7104-620-8
Pages 98
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) classical music
design
interaction design
co-creation
audience engagement
participatory design
liveness
interactive installations
performing arts
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION
Note A companion guide to this publication is available at http://cmec.mah.se/
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/18116 (link to this page)

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