Master's Course on MUSIC INFORMATICS, PERFORMANCE AND AESTHETICS,
March 29-April 3, 2009, Esbjerg, Denmark
A lot of background information about the master's course in 2009 and about NNIMIPA in general is readily available on the internet sites which were used to promote the master's course in 2009 and to which links are provided below:
A document (clickable link) produced and updated from November 2009 through March 2009 in order to disseminate information regarding the Master's Course on Music Informatics, Performance and Aesthetics held in Esbjerg, Denmark March 29-April 2, 2009 on the campi of VMK, SDU and AAUE under the auspices of NNIMIPA and with the participation of all of the six institutions who were members during the 2008-2009 academic year;
VMK's announcement of the course: HERE
The announcement of the course on the Sibelius Academy website: HERE
The Facebook page for the course: HERE
A detailed program for the Master's Course held March 29-April 3, 2009, including syllabus and course schedule and descriptions that may be found here. Most of the program had also been made publicly available in advance of the course on the NNIMIPA Google calendar; just request the appropriate dates on the NNIMIPA Google calendar at the bottom of the page here;
The program for the excursion Wednesday afternoon and evening may be found here;
The course description provided by the humanities faculty at SDU: HERE
The student evaluations of Music Informatics, Performance and Aesthetics (completed on site at the conclusion of the course's classes on April 2, 2009) were encouragingly positive, and we have taken note of constructive suggestions and will do our best to integrate them in the planning of future courses.
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Please note that this is the way the website for
Nordic Network for the Integration of Music Informatics, Performance and Aesthetics
appeared as of June 30, 2014, the concluding date for the period during which the network was funded by NordForsk 2010-2014. Founded in 2007, NNIMIPA was initially funded by NordPlus. This website was started in February 2010 while NNIMIPA was still a NordPlus network, and it contains extensive documentation of the activities within NNIMIPA from its inception in 2007 until the final date for the NordForsk grant in June 2014.
The contacts that were established among researchers in the Nordic area and beyond through NNIMIPA have resulted in myriad cooperative research efforts. A significant number of these activities continue to be documented on the website www.soundmusicresearch.org which you are most welcome to visit.