The Canadian New Music Network (CNMN) / Réseau canadien pour les musiques nouvelles (RCMN) is a network of artists, ensembles, orchestras, production companies, file labels, music educators, music media, musicologists, music lovers and fans who believe within the importance and value of inventive music making in Canadian society. The MUSICNETWORK will probably be constructed relying on direct contacts of mission partners and dissemination activities inside main European occasions, usually attended and co-organised by companions (Frankfurt Musik Messe, MILIA, MIDEM, WEDELMUSIC, EVA, ICMC, ISMIR, ICME, and many others.). The MUSICNETWORK will set up 7 totally different working groups on crucial aspects, so as to carry music industries in the interactive multimedia music ag. The working groups will integrate their results to be able to produce new requirements or guidelines allowing to make use of present standards within the area of coding multimedia interactive music on the account of music industry’s different needs.
United Screens Music Community will work carefully to artists, labels and other music and administration corporations on YouTube and help them to handle and optimise digital rights and copyrights, promoting solutions like branded content as well as cost options and paid subscriptions akin to YouTube Pink.
Multimedia music content material homeowners and distributors (publishers, archives, libraries, music outlets, conservatories, and many others.) are strongly enthusiastic about exploiting new strategies of distribution and new interactive multimedia music functionalities.
Since its inception in 1984, the Ensemble has introduced greater than 650 works and recorded 4 CDs for the Albany and Innova labels Additionally committed to education, the Community Ensemble has labored with college students from the Curtis Institute of Music, the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Swarthmore College, The University of Delaware, and West Chester College; the Ensemble has held an ongoing residency at Haverford School since 2007.
In this session with invited musicians, programmers and journalists we suggest a journey through the historical past of Lusophone urban sounds by presenting, listening to and discussing examples of music and rhythms that reflect the originality and creativity of musical manufacturing in Portuguese-speaking nations.