• PySCCat // Francesco Roberto Dani

• YTConcerto // Andreja Andric

• Anechoic Pulse // Panayiotis Kokoras



V.E.R-V., In collaboration with the Electronic Music School of the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Venice, is proud to present the fifth "Call for Works". The theme of this fifth edition is dedicated to algorithmic music: compositions in which the parameters of generation and / or execution of the score are entrusted to an algorithmic process.

 –– PROGRAM ––

10:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Meeting with Michele Tadini, composer, professor of composition (electro-acoustic, live electronics) at the CNSMD Lyon (National Conservatory of Music and Dance) in Lyon.

The meeting with Michele Tadini will focus on the themes of organization, reproducibility and manipulation of sound modification parameters through a series of demonstrations. Specifically, the cases of:
The Bombe: MAX patch for interactive algorithmic composition inspired by the machine invented by Alan Turing to decrypt "Enigma".
T-Tools: MAX applications (Bach and Cage libraries), algorithmic bases for the treatment of scores. MAX applications (Bach and Cage libraries), meta-structural algorithmic bases for sound processing.


5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Concert with the compositions selected from the
Call for Works # 5 - Flowchart

• Intersected boundaries – Michele Tadini
• PySCCat – Francesco Roberto Dani
• YTConcerto – Andreja Andric
• Anechoic Pulse – Panayiotis Kokoras
• Toward YourOwn Center – Renick Bell

in partnership with: