SPLICE Institute 2018
SPLICE Institute is a weeklong, intensive program for performers and composers to experience, explore, interpret, and create music for instruments and electronics. The 2018 Institute will take place June 24–30 at the Western Michigan University School of Music in Kalamazoo, MI.
The 2018 SPLICE Institute theme is improvisation. Faculty-led workshops exploring improvisation with acoustic and electronic forces will culminate in performances at the end of the week.
Participants are offered a variety of activities to suit their interests and electronic music experience. Each day is filled with workshops, masterclasses, collaborations, and lectures, concluding with a concert curated and performed by faculty members.
In the afternoon there will be the opportunity to participate in improvisation ensembles led by Dana Jesson, Sam Pluta, Per Bloland, and Adam Vidiksis. These ensembles will rehearse each afternoon and perform at the end of the week.