Antonio Lai

 
 
  1. “Le fonti internazionali della teoria generale del linguaggio musicale di Franco Oppo” (21, 22 & 23 March 2017), State Conservatory of Sassari (Sardinia).

  2. “Il canto armonico-naturale di Castelsardo” (17 October 2015), Scuola Civica di Musica Romangia Logudoro of Sorso (Sardinia).

  3. “La risonanza armonica naturale nei canti di Castelsardo (Sardegna)” (15 April 2014), University “Ca’ Foscari” of Venice (Italy).

  4. “Il recitativo strumentale nella musica contemporanea: un esempio d'autore” (14 April 2014), University “Ca’ Foscari” of Venice (Italy).

  5. “À propos de Nomos Alpha de Xenakis”, Xenakis and the Arts (7 and 8 December 2011), International Congress organised by the University of Rouen, the GRHIS and the Iannis Xenakis Centre in Rouen (France).

  6. “Ricerca e creazione fra tradizione scritta e tradizione orale : la polivocalità di Castelsardo” (13 April 2011), doctoral seminar organised by the University of Udine and by the Mirage research team at the University of Gorizia (Italy).

  7. “La musica e la teoria delle rivoluzioni scientifiche di Thomas S. Kuhn”, (29 and 30 March 2010), University “Ca’ Foscari” of Venice (Italy).

  8. “Horatiu Radulescu, fondateur du spectralisme”, Ecritures et re-productions. Techniques compositionnelles et méthodes de ré-écriture (8 and 9 December 2008), International Congress organised by the University of Paris 8 and by the University of Udine in Paris (France).

  9. “Musica spettrale: la ricomposizione del suono e la riscrittura della storia”, Scritture e ri-mediazioni. Metodi, estetica e tecniche (29 and 30 October 2008), International Congress organised by the University of Udine and by the University of Paris 8 in Gorizia (Italy).

  10. “The Spectral Paradigm”, 10th International Congress on Musical Signification (21-25 October 2008) organised by Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (Vilnius) and by Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania).

  11. “Un approccio epistemologico della musica” (6 and 7 March 2008), University of Rome “La Sapienza” (Italy).

  12. “A Relativistic Approach to Genesis and Evolution in Spectral Music”, Music and Evolutionary Thought (22 and 23 June 2007), International Congress organised by Durham University, the University of Cambridge and the British Academy in Durham (UK).

  13. “The Spectral Music” (16 and 17 April 2007), University of Lisbon (Portugal).

  14. “Genesis, Evolution and Crisis in Musical Laguages” (20 and 21 April 2006), University of Lisbon (Portugal).

  15. “Genesi, evoluzione e crisi dei linguaggi musicali” (26 and 27 April 2005), University of Bologna (Italy).

  16. “Incidence des musiques de tradition orale dans la création musicale actuelle” (22 and 23 November 2004), conference and concert (Antonio Lai’s music) organised by the National Academy of Music “P. Vladigerov” in Sofia (Bulgaria).

  17. “La musique spectrale”, 8th International Congress on Musical Signification (3-8 October 2004) organised by the University Paris 1-Pantheon Sorbonne in Paris (France).

  18. “L’instant innovateur et l’évolution historique des langages musicaux”, International Congress La Créativité Musicale (5-8 April 2002) organised by the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM), Unité de Recherche en Psychologie de la Musique (Arts and Sciences of Music) of the University of Liege and by the Centre de Recherches et de Formation Musicales de Wallonie in Liege (Belgium).

  19. “Les processus mnémonico-discursifs de la musique au cours de l’évolution historique des langages”, Musique et Mémoire (29 and 30 November 2011), Congress organised by the Equipe “Esthétiques, Musicologie, Danse et Créations Musicales” (University of Paris 8) in Paris (France).

  20. “A Relativistic Approach to Genesis, Evolution and Crisis in Tonal Harmony”, 7th International Congress on Musical Signification (7-10 June 2001), organised by the International Semiotics Institute (ISI) and by the University of Helsinki in Imatra (Finland).

  21. “Un modèle relativiste pour la théorie et l’analyse musicale”, 2d International Congress on Musical Epistemology (19 and 20 January 2001), organised by the Institut de Recherche et de Coordination Acoustique/Musique (IRCAM), Société Française d’Analyse Musicale (SFAM) and by the University of Paris X in Paris (France).

  22. “Complexité et contradiction de la texture polyphonique dans la musique sérielle”, Les polyphonies du texte : des mots des couleurs et des sons (18-20 January 2001), International Congress organised by the Equipe d’accueil 3055 “Traverses” (University of Paris 8) in Paris (France).

  23. “Paradigms and Revolutions in Musical Languages: Towards a Relativistic Theory and an Analytical Method Based on Kuhn’s Structure of Scientific Revolutions”, 8th International Doctoral and Postdoctoral Seminar on Musical Semiotics (13-17 October 2000), organised by the University of Helsinki and the Estonian Music Academy in Helsinki and Tallinn (Finland and Estonia).

  24. “Genèse, évolution et crise des langages musicaux”, Approches herméneutiques de la musique (19 and 20 May 1999), Congress organised by the Equipe “Méthodes nouvelles en musicologie” and by the Department of Music of the University of Strasbourg in Strasbourg (France).

  25. “La couleur des timbres et sa fonction formatrice dans la musique du vingtième siècle”, La couleur réfléchie (March, April and May 1999), Seminars organised by the Collège de la Recherche of the University of Paris 8 in Saint-Denis (France).

  26. “La fonction compositionnelle des modulateurs en anneau dans Mantra (Karlheinz Stockhausen)”, 1999 edition of the Computer Music Days (17-19 May 1999), Meetings organised by CEMAMu, ADERIM, Ministry of Culture and by the French Society of Computer Music at Issy-Les-Moulineaux (France).

  27. “Musical Aesthetics from Thomas S. Kuhn’s Philosophy of Scientific Revolutions”, XIVth International Congress of Aesthetics: Aesthetics as Philosophy (1-5 September 1998), organised by the University of Ljubljana and the International Association of Aesthetics in Ljubljana (Slovenia).

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