Yesterday was my 80 % PhD seminar at KTH Royal Institute of Technology with Professor Cat Hope as discussant. She has a unique perspective on my research being the General Chair of the TENOR conference, where technologies for new notation have been presented and discussed the last 7 years. She discussed my ideas both from a composer’s and a researcher’s perspective.
Before that, I was in Tallinn having rewarding talks with my colleagues in the CoPeCo master program. It is a collaboration between the music colleges in Stockholm, Tallinn, Lyon and Hamburg. The next generation of CoPeCo students (working with music performance, composition, improvisation and new technologies) arrive in Stockholm soon for one semester.