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“Nordplus” intensive course “IMMEDIA”: Synergy of Space, Visuals, and Sound

From April 21st to 30th, in Vilnius, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, together with 11 partnering higher arts education institutions from the Nordic and Baltic countries, is organizing the Nordplus intensive courses IMMEDIA for the third time.

Photography by Jonas Šopa

The program involves students of various specialties: composers, sound designers, sound, visual, and media artists. They are supported by experienced electronic and electroacoustic composition, sound, and video technology experts from partner institutions who are ready to share their experience with students and help them implement creative ideas: Peter Baranov (Denmark), Hans Gunter Lock (Estonia), Samuli Homanen (Finland), Lauri Huikuri (Finland), Jussi Tuohino (Finland), Petri Kulju (Finland), Alejandro Olarte (Finland), Rolands Kronlaks (Latvia), Mantautas Krukauskas (Lithuania), Daniel Biro (Norway), Anders Tveit (Norway), Palle Dahlstedt (Sweden), Daniel Hjorth (Sweden), Per Anders Nilsson (Sweden).

Students will learn to create spatial audio, combining it with visuals, and implement their creative visions. Implementation of projects will be ensured by LMTA Music Innovation Studies Centre.

The results of the creative workshops will be presented to a wide audience by the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, together with the Lithuanian Composers’ Union and the Jauna Muzika festival, in an immersive media concert in a specially designed spatial sound and video installation in the cultural complex “SODAS 2123”. Listeners are invited to immerse themselves in spatial music with video projections, to enjoy and evaluate the joint work results of international student groups, and IMMEDIA teachers works.

Concert on April 29th, Saturday, at 20:00 (student concert) and April 30th, Sunday, at cultural hub “SODAS 2123”.

IMMEDIA partners: Bergen University, Grieg Academy, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Jazeps Vitols Latvian academy of Music, Gothenburg Academy of Music and Drama, Malmö Academy of Music, Norwegian Academy of Music, Sibelius Academy, Oulu Applied Arts University, Royal Danish Academy of Music, Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg, Metropolia Applied Arts University.

LMTA International Relations Office
2023 04 19