KMT19 - Karajan Music Tech Conference

Example One #KARAJAN #MusicTech Conference Salzburg | April 12, 2019

Classical Music & Technology

Find out how technology and classical music interact

Top Acts

Find out what happens when combining prodigious human talent with the cutting edge of technology.
Our special guest, NY based musician Dan Tepfer will enthrall you with an exclusive concert, featuring VR visuals realized with Google technology. Joining us from London, the prolific cellist and composer Peter Gregson will engage in a singular man-vs-machine battle, playing a duet with an artificial intelligence. Don‘t miss your chance to experience violinist wunderkind Nina-Sofie Bergammer and many more performances.

Dan Tepfer

Peter Gregson

Nina-Sofie Berghammer

Keynote Speakers

We're very proud of our exceptional panel this year, which is joined by Tim Renner, entrepreneur, artist, writer and former secretary for cultural affairs of the city of Berlin. Eleonore Büning, multi-instrumentalist and well-respected journalist (FAZ, Die Zeit), the award-winning AI researcher, Patrick van der Smagt (Volkswagen Group AI Research Lab) and many more.

Tim Renner

Tim Renner

Eleonore Büning

Patrick van der Smagt

MUSIC & AI

Learn how the collaboration between machines and humans is enabling new levels of creativity!

KEYNOTES & DISCUSSIONS

Learn about the most recent trends and future developments in classical music from entrepreneurs, artists and scientists.

INNOVATION LAB

Explore the most cutting-edge classical music start-ups and technology companies in our curated demo space.

PROGRAM

To see the KMTC2019 program, download the PDF below:

Lineup 2019

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Seda Röder

Sonophilia Network

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Thomas Foster

AI Sounds

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Eleonore Büning

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Josep Molina

Molina Visuals

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Christopher Widauer

Wiener Staatsoper

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Nina Sofie Berghammer

Mozarteum Salzburg

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Tahlia Petrosian

Klassik Underground

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Ricardo Simian

3D Music Instruments & Simply D3sign

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Peter Revers

Kunstuniversität Graz

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Sophie Brüggemann

Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

Innovation Lab 2019

3D printing technology for the copy, study and development of woodwind instruments

MORE THAN SOUND
Are you a concert organiser?
Create a unique experience for your audience

Digital fiber carbon music scores book

Individual Acoustics Solutions

A contemporary, interactive opera by Mathis Nitschke

The essential tool for professional and ambitious musicians

Adaptive Music Encoding

We create solutions for musicians, sheet music publishers, app developers, music stores and researchers

Ambisonics – Technology for you to shape the future of audio

Impressions of the Event

venue

Mozarteum Salzburg

Mirabellplatz 1,
5020 Salzburg
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OUR PARTNERS

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