Vassilis Chatzimakris is presenting a new paper on interfacial scores at the Annual Plenary Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland (SMI) on 28 May, which will be online via Zoom. Vassilis’s paper ‘Activity, Time and Space in the Composition and Performance of Interfacial Scores’ will outline his recent work on interfaciality and interdisciplinary performance, and will include some realisations of his ongoing series Activity Time Space.
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