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This was the IMZ Academy Session “The future of multi-camera live coverage of orchestral music”

Author: IMZ International Music + Media Centre

Taking place on 12 April 2019 in the course of Karajan Music Tech Conference, Salzburg/Austria, this IMZ Academy Session evaluated the implications of new technologies for audiovisual music recordings and its impact on audience engagement.

  • Panel at the IMZ Academy Session @ Karajan Music Tech | Copyright: © Laux (Karajan)

    Panel at the IMZ Academy Session @ Karajan Music Tech © Laux (Karajan)

  • Panel at the IMZ Academy Session @ Karajan Music Tech | Copyright: © Laux (Karajan)

    Panel at the IMZ Academy Session @ Karajan Music Tech © Laux (Karajan)

  • Alex Olegnowicz, IMZ Deputy Secretary General Ruth Pfletschinger, Johnny Laville, Matthias Röder and Kay Meseberg | Copyright: © Laux (Karajan)

    Alex Olegnowicz, IMZ Deputy Secretary General Ruth Pfletschinger, Johnny Laville, Matthias Röder and Kay Meseberg © Laux (Karajan)

In cooperation with Karajan Music Tech Conference, this IMZ Academy Session introduced the implications of innovative technologies for orchestral music recordings.

The experts Johnny Laville (Digital Producer at BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra),Alex Olegnowicz (CEO at Symmetcria Inc.) and Kay Meseberg (Head of Mission Innovation at ARTE) shared their unique insights in this panel moderated by
Matthias Röder (CEO at Eliette and Herbert von Karajan Institute).

First, the state-of-the-art technology used by BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and ARTE as well as the innovative digital strategies for classical music provided by Symmetrica Inc. were introduced. Subsequently, the expert speakers discussed how these technological advancements can open up new creative approaches + opportunities and how that will shape + define the future of audiovisual music recordings in the upcoming 5-7 years.

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