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Best Music Award for researchers at the School of Music

Published: 13 July 2021

The TCP / Indeterminate Space Quartet, with four members from GEMM (Gesture, Embodiment and Machines in Music), was awarded this year's Best Music Award at the International Conference for New Interfaces for Musical Expression in Shanghai, June 2021.

The quartet consists of Federico Visi, postdoctoral researcher in GEMM, Mattias Petersson and Robert Ek, both doctoral students at GEMM, and Stefan Östersjö, professor and subject representative in Music Performance at School of Music in Piteå, Luleå University of Technology. In this performance, the four musicians conducted two hyperorgans, the Utopa Baroque Organ in Amsterdam and the Skandia organ in R1 at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The performance was part of the international research project The Global Hyperorgan, in which Luleå University of Technology is a leading partner together with Orgelpark in Amsterdam and McGill University in Montreal.