This page documents performances using the gesture characterization software for realtime improvisation devised and programmed by Christopher Dobrian.
To date there have been three live concert performances using the realtime Gestural improvisation software. The first two performances were on a Yamaha Disklavier grand piano, with the computer playing on the same piano as the live pianist.
Daniel Koppelman, pianist specializing in contemporary music, performed an improvisation with the software in concert on February 7, 2012. [Listen]
Jazz pianist Kei Akagi performed an improvisation with the software in concert on February 16, 2012. [Listen]
This music was also proposed for performance at the 2012 International Computer Music Conference in Lubljana, Slovenia. Because a Disklavier was not available for the ICMC performance, the piece was revised for digital piano and physical modeling synthesis of pianolike sounds. It was performed by Daniel Koppelman in concert on September 12, 2012.
This page is maintained by Christopher Dobrian.
This page was last modified September 25, 2012.