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Elbphilharmonie and Körber hosting symposium on AI in music

15 February 2024
Experts to meet for "Art of Music Education" from February 29 to March 1, 2024

The biennial symposium "The Art of Music Education" (TAOME) gets underway in the Elbphilharmonie from February 28 to March 1, 2024. Organised by the Körber Foundation and the Elbphilharmonie, experts will come together to focus on the impact of artficial intelligence on music education.

Music industry to meet in Hamburg

This year's symposium is being held under the theme of "Creating Mindsets for Concert Halls" and has been held in Hamburg since its launch in 2008. Emphasis will be on generative AI in music, the needs of the upcoming Generation Alpha or those born after 2010, news ways of composing and performing music and copyright law. Various national and international experts including Dr Carsten Brosda, Senator for Culture and Media, Australian social researcher Ashley Fell and Sandra Wachter, Professor of Technology and Data Regulation at the University of Oxford, are expected. The event also features lectures, discussion rounds and workshops with plenty of room for interaction and music performances. Fees come to up EUR 150 and registrations are being accepted on

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