Sunday mornings at Music Tech Fest are about making, inventing and building new playful music ideas in our Kids Hack Camp. Our specialist workshop leaders are skilled educators who provide children with the tools and the skills to make their own creative project and build their own musical instruments - while learning coding, physical computing and music participation and having great fun. In the afternoon the kids present and perform with their inventions on the main stage - which is always a real highlight of the festival.
Music Tech Fest is the festival of music ideas. It’s a three-day creative laboratory that brings together inventors, media, artists, academia, industry and cultural performance. It features innovative technology, performances, inventions, presentations and cutting-edge research in a hands-on, experimental and improvisational space. The purpose is to develop, explore and play with technology, body, voice and movement to invent new musical instruments and experiences. We want to open this playful experimentation up to the best playful experimenters.
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Here are some of the heroes who have helped us build this ecosystem over the past 4 years:
Jason Singh, Adam John Williams, Matt Black-Coldcut, Eska, Graham Massey, Emika, Nitin Sawhney, Reeps One, Viktoria Modesta, Martyn Ware, Laura Kriefman, Ezra, Grace Savage, Shlomo, Synthestruct, Crewdson, LJ Rich, Jamie Cullum, Scanner, Tim Exile, Mørk, Ross Flight, Leafcutter John
EU Commission, DMIC, British Council, Slovenian Ministry of Culture, Cankarjev Dom, MSUM, Umeå Kommun, Region Västerbotten, Uminova, Ume.net, Guitars Museum, NZ Music Commission, Sounds Aotearoa, Sound and Music, Redstar Union, Factory Berlin
...and an ever growing list of music tech startups with great ideas on how to reinvent this space.
The Music Tech Fest evolved from the ROADMAP FOR THE FUTURE OF MUSIC TECH.
Every network should have a soundtrack.