Cluster projects

Research Fellows within ORCiM work together as a close-knit community. ORCiM researchers develop individual research projects but also produce collaborative work and co-operate in research clusters. Each reserach cluster - led by a Principal Investigator - has its own strengths and strategic goals but they all aim to understand musical processes in experimentation, using appropriate and newly developed research methods.

Declassifying the Classics

Tom Beghin © Jacques Robert

Clusterproject

Rhetoric, Technology, and Performance, 1750 – 1830

  • Tom Beghin
    (Principal Investigator)
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MusicExperiment21

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Clusterproject

Exploring New Paths in Music Performance in the Twenty-First Century

  • Paulo de Assis
    (Principal Investigator)
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HIPEX

To Perform Kagel_03

Clusterproject

Historical(ly Informed) Performance Practices of Experimental Music

  • Luk Vaes
    (Principal Investigator)
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MTT

Jonathan Impett © Gilles Anquez

Clusterproject

Music, Thought and Technology

  • Jonathan Impett
    (Principal Investigator)
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The ‘I’ that performs

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Clusterproject

Performance, Subjectivity and Experimentation

  • Catherine Laws
    (Principal Investigator)
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