Thursday 2 November at 17.00 and 19.00: Daniel Teruggi, Musical Research Group, GRM at National Audiovisual Institute of France (INA) in Paris, 

will do a Lecture and Concert at KMH - Kungliga Musikhögskolan

17:00-18:30 Lecture Thinking Sound and Music through Technology

19:00 Electroacoustic Concert in the KMH Sound Dome
Bernard Parmegiani La roue Ferris (1971)
Daniel Teruggi Transmutations (2008)
Pierre Henry Labyrinthe (2003),
Daniel Teruggi Springtime (2013)

Born in Argentina in 1952, Daniel Teruggi has developed his professional career in France, where he lives since 1977.
Composer and researcher, he works since 1981 at the Musical Research Group, GRM, within the National Audiovisual Institute of France (Ina) in Paris.
He has been the Director the GRM, since 1997 and Director of the Research and Experimentation department of Ina from 2001 to 2016.

In the Research domain, he has been actively working on the preservation of audiovisual collections and particularly electroacoustic music.
He has been the coordinator of the FP6 European project PrestoSpace, dedicated to the development of new technology for Digital preservation
and the FP7 European project PrestoPRIME, dedicated to the long-term preservation of audiovisual digital contents.
He is General Secretary at the International Federation of Audiovisual Archives (FIAT/IFTA).

He has composed nearly 80 works, mainly for the concert and always using electroacoustic devices with or without acoustic instruments.

Daniel Teruggi is the author of numerous research articles related to sound and musical perception as well as musical analysis. His music has been performed in more than 30 countries and published in different CD collections.
He is a founding member of the International Electroacoustic Musical Studies network.

This is a collaboration between EMS and KMH

Ems Stockholms foto.