During Conductive Music events and workshops, we like to use fun & versatile MaKey MaKey boards. They allow us to set up and start making noise right away… as soon as we connect a computer and some conductive things! MaKey MaKey, since it acts s... read more
Fresh from the print, the latest news from Conductive Music.
Here in England, the first term of the new National Curriculum including “coding”, or computer programming, as a standard learning subject is underway. The goal of this new curriculum item is “to ensure that all pupils can understand and... read more
Conductive Music had a demo table and published a paper at NIME 2014 in Goldsmith’s, London. We met lots of cool people and had some really fascinating conversations during our demo table session! It was good to catch up with friends of the project ... read more
Conductive Music presented a paper during the Improvisation and Digital Arts Festival at Kingston University, focusing on the successful outcomes and lessons learned from our project during the 2013-2014 school year. We also gave a performance and lecture... read more
Hi everybody, I hope this tutorial will inspire you to create some other interactive works and lots of DIY instruments. I look forward to hearing from you, please get in touch through my website: enricobertelli.co.uk
Last year, in November, we visited the Mariinsky Theatre, for the project The Fruit Piano. This was the early years variation of our Conductive Music, and here’s what happened! Traveling to Russia was exciting for us at Conductive Music. We were gre... read more
Conductive Music is also kindly supported by the Arts Council of England who has awarded us a Grant for the Arts, which will cover the first 4 of the 8 planned sessions, during the academic year 2013-2014.
The Russian adventure of Conductive Music has been designed in partnership with Art-parkING, a cultural association from St Petersburg. We are honoured to be able to export our project abroad and to reach an even wider audience.