Paul Turowski is a composer, performer, and Lecturer in Music for Digital Games at the University of Liverpool. His research examines intersections of game design/gameplay and musical composition/performance. This includes the employment of digital games as interactive musical scores as well as the creation of video games that afford musical authorship to the player. (For more details, see his doctoral dissertation, "Digital Game as Musical Notation") His creative work has been performed by ensembles such as Dither, Ekmeles, and Voxare; has been presented at events such as the annual conference of the Society of Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States, the Kyma International Sound Symposium and the conference on Technologies of Notation and Representation; and has been featured on such websites as Cycling74.com and animatednotation.com. He has also given talks on game music at events like the North American Conference on Video Game Music. Paul has served as programmer and technical consultant on several collaborative projects—most recently, Judith Shatin's Black Moon for orchestra and conductor-controlled electronics, which was commissioned by Carnegie Hall and the American Composers Orchestra. He enjoys improvising on various instruments and currently performs with the Merseyside Improvisers' Orchestra. http://www.paulturowski.com, https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/music/staff/paul-turowski
Paul Turowski will attend and have work performed at the fifth international conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation, TENOR. The conference—previously held in Montreal, A Coruna, Cambridge and Paris—is presented by The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music of Monash University in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
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21.05.2018 We are pleased to announce the successful awarding of a Partnership Development Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada to the TENOR (Technologies of Notation and Representation) Network, which includes the University of Liverpool as well as several other research institutions throughout the UK, Australia, France, Germany, US and Canada. This network is dedicated to the development, exploration, categorization, and critical examination of new technologies in the field of music representation. Dr. Paul Turowski will serve as the liaison for the ICCaT's involvement in this partnership. More details about this partnership and the opportunities that it will provide will follow the upcoming TENOR conference in Montreal. For more information please see here.