Presentation of a LoLa performance connecting musicians between Ljubljana and The Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg, Denmark

Jim Daus Hjernøe (DK)

Category: Repertoire/Didactic approaches

Live performance with two choirs from two local hubs on the low latency system “LoLa”, introduced by professor Jim Daus Hjernøe. The session will demonstrate new options for collaboration between choirs in live performances via a digital network.

Participant singers:
The Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg, Denmark: Rikke Hestvang Andersen, Signe Strandsbjerg Kloppenborg, Liv Kirstine Lund Poulsen, Lasse Kjær Hansen, Tobias Mygind Møller and Thomas Voigt Vejling.
Ljubljana Academy of Music, Slovenia: Barbara Grabar, Jana Gamser, Samo Vovk, Matej Virtič.

JIM DAUS HJERNØE (DK), Professor of Rhythmic Choir Conducting at the Royal Academy of Music in Denmark (RAMA), is the head of RAMA Vocal Centre, which is recognized internationally as the leading European centre of rhythmic choir conducting education. He has focused on improvisational vocal art since 2002 and developed the innovative and revolutionary methodology “The Intelligent Choir” with Vocal Painting as one of the headliners. The Intelligent Choir refers to his musical philosophy and concept of training choir conductors to allow and inspire choristers to share responsibility for the musical process.

Jim Daus Hjernøe (DK)

Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe Programme.

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