Network Music Festival

Sound without Borders // 15-18th July 2020

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Now returning for it’s 3rd year, Network Music Festival 2014 presents an eclectic weekend of performances, installations, workshops and talks which consider the effect of internet technology on musical collaboration, with themes including multi-location performance, web-streaming, collaborative live coding environments, interactive participatory activities and more. A melting pot of cutting-edge technology and hi-tech artistic experimentation bringing international and local artists to Birmingham’s creative and digital quarter.

Full details of our 2014 programme will be released soon!



Friday 26th September

1800: Multi-Channel Concert // BEASTdome, University of Birmingham

2200: Algorave // Unplug, Digbeth High Street


Saturday 27th September

1100: Capriccio for Networked Performers WORKSHOP // Parkside Building, BCU

1250: LaptopBattle Opening // Parkside Building, BCU

1300: Grande Internationale Audio Streaming Orchestra // Parkside Building, BCU and Online

1630: LaptopBattle Round I // Parkside Building, BCU

1700: Capriccio for Networked Performers PERFORMANCE // The Shell, Parkside Building, BCU and Online

1750: LaptopBattle Round II // Parkside Building, BCU

1800: Networked Graphic Scores Concert // The Shell, Parkside Building, BCU

2100: LaptopBattle Round III // Stryx,13 Minerva Works, Digbeth

2130: Late Night Concert // Stryx,13 Minerva Works, Digbeth


Sunday 28th September

1000: TinySC Live Coding WORKSHOP // Parkside Building, BCU

1100: Artist Talks // Parkside Building, BCU

1345: LaptopBattle Round IV // Parkside Building, BCU

1400: Live Coding Environments Concert // Parkside Building, BCU

1650: LaptopBattle Semi Finals // Parkside Building, BCU

1700: LaptopsRus // The Shell, Parkside Building, BCU

1800: Closing Concert // The Shell, Parkside Building, BCU

2000: LaptopBattle Finals // Parkside Building, BCU