Members of the COFLA group present advances in the computational study of flamenco music in a number of events and scientific conferences. See also our invited talks section!
March 27th – 31st 2017
COFLA members Emilia Gómez, Aggelos Pikrakis and Nadine Kroher participate in the workshop Computational Ethnomusicology: Methodologies for a New Field at the Lorentz Center in Leiden (NL).
August 29th – September 2nd 2016
COFLA members present a publication at the European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO) in Budapest.
July 1st 2016
The COFLA group presents their computational tools for flamenco analysis to the public and gives a live demo with singer Rocío Márquez. 12h, salón de grados, Escuela Superior de Ingenieros, Universidad de Sevilla. Poster
June 10th 2016
Inma Morales and Nadine Kroher will presented their work on Flamenco & Technology at the “IV Taller Anual de Posgrado de Estudios Avanzados de Flamenco” (Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad de Sevilla).
COFLA members participated with two papers in the 6th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis in Dublin, Ireland.
May 6th 2016 (afternoon)
COFLA at the Feria de la Ciencia.
April 2nd 2016
Emilia Gómez talka about COFLA in the national radio program “Longitud de onda”. Radio clásica RNE, 13h. Listen to the clip here (min. 21:20).
November 23rd 2015
Talk Discovery of repeated vocal patterns in polyphonic audio: A case study on flamenco music by Aggelos Pikrakis at the University of Athens during the closing event of the cognimuse project.
November 13th 2015
Talk by José-Miguel Díaz-Báñez at the VI Encuentro Provincial del Profesorado de Matemáticas: Flamenco y matemáticas, una asociación inesperada. Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, 18:30.
October 28th 2015
Presentation of the electro-acoustic composition “Cante reciclado (Tientos)” at the ISMIR conference in Malaga.Sala Unicaja de Conciertos María Cristina (Marqués de Valdecañas Street, Number 2, 29008 Málaga)
October 26th 2015
Tutorial at the ISMIR conference in Malaga: COmputation and FLAmenco: Why flamenco is interesting for MIR research?
Octorber 20th 2015, 13h
Clustering Algorithms in Music Information Retrieval. Application to Flamenco Music. Talk by Nadine Kroher at Seminario IMUS, Sevilla.
September 22th 2015, 12h
Discovery of Repeated Vocal Patterns in Polyphonic Audio: A Case Study on Flamenco Music.Talk by Aggelos Pikrakis in the Department of Applied Mathematics II, University of Seville.
September 17th 2014
La Bienal 2014: El flamenco, las matemáticas y la tecnología: una asociación inesperada.
September 26th 2014
“Flamenco, matemáticas y tecnología musical”, La noche de los investigadores. 21:30 Sala Chicarreros, Fundación Cajasol (Plaza San Francisco).
SMC-ICMC Conference, 2 papers related to COFLA.
ISMIR 2014, paper presentation.
Bridges Seoul 2014: Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Culture
4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, Istambul, Turkey. Two COFLA presentations.
Congreso INFLA, Sevilla
3rd International Workshop for Folk Music Analysis (FMA 2013), Amsterdam
2 COFLA papers presented at International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Porto
Oral presentation by Emilia Gómez on automatic transcription of accompanied flamenco singing.
COFLA presentation a VIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Músicología.
COFLA organizes the III Interdisciplinary Conference in Flamenco Research (INFLA) and the II International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA)
Jose Miguel Díaz-Báñez, talk at I Congreso Internacional de Flamenco, Sevilla.
Jose Miguel Díaz-Báñez and Paco Escobar, Invited talk at RADECS 2011 Conference, September 22nd, Seville.
COFLA organizes the I Workshop on Computational Analysis of Flamenco Music, Sevilla, 5-7th September 2011.
COFLA members will participate at the First International Workhop of Folk Music Analysis
Emilia Gómez. Multimodality, Music Processing and Flamenco Research. Presentation in Dagstuhl Seminar in Multimodal Music Processing.
August 10th 2010
The COFLA team participated at ISMIR 2010.
September 16-17th 2010
II Congreso Interdisciplinar Investigación y Flamenco, INFLA, University of Seville.
July 8-9th 2009
I Congreso Interdisciplinar Investigación y Flamenco, INFLA, University of Seville.
July 2-6th 2008
Interdisciplinary approaches to the analysis of musical structure in flamenco, Symposium at the Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology, Thessaloniki, Greece.
July 16-20th 2007
International Workshop on Computational Music Theory: Computational Models for Music Similarity applied to Flamenco Music, Barcelona, Spain.
Workshop on Computational Music Theory and Flamenco organized by Prof. Toussaint