The International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation is dedicated to issues in theoretical and applied research and development in Music Notation and Representation, with a strong focus on computer tools and applications, as well as a tight connection to music creation. "Technology" in the conference name refers to any mean that may contribute to the notation, representation and/or visualisation of the music and sound, for purposes that may include (but not limited to) music composition, performance, representation, transcription, analysis and pedagogy.
The first edition of the conference - TENOR 2015 - has been held in Paris in May 2015. It was initiated as the final outcome of a working group entitled The new Spaces of Music Notation.
If you are interested in hosting a future TENOR, please submit a proposal to the Steering Committee. Guidelines and proposal forms are available here. The TENOR conference is intended to move around the world. The excellence of the proposal is the most important factor for the decision taken by the Steering Committee.
Feel free to approach the steering committee with any questions you may have regarding hosting the conference.
The TENOR steering committee is committed in ensuring the continuity and scientific/musical standards of the TENOR conference series, to coordinate its scientific diffusion and animate the community.
Members of the steering committee are nominated by the advisory board for a 3-year (renewable) period.*
Applications to the steering committee are welcome anytime : please send a motivated email to
tenor-conference at googlegroups dot com
*(currently the advisory board is constituted by the members of the the steering committee)
Current members of the steering committee are:
|• Jean Bresson||IRCAM UMR STMS (Ircam-CNRS-Sorbonne Universités) - Paris - FR|
|• Sandeep Bhagwati||Concordia University - Montréal - Canada|
|• Pierre Couprie||IReMus Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris - FR|
|• Dominique Fober (General Chair)||GRAME - Lyon - FR|
|• Richard Hoadley||Anglia Ruskin University - Cambridge - UK|
|• Mike Solomon||Ensemble 101 - Paris - FR|
|• Yann Geslin||INA-GRM - Paris - FR|