Helsinki, Finland | January 10th, 2015
A premier of computationally created piece of music, Koodike, took place in the Science Forum (Tieteen päivät) 2015, with contributions from the Discovery research group of Prof. Hannu Toivonen. Koodike is a cut-and-paste piece of music, the material of which was composed by the computer (according to rules specified by composer Lotta Wennäkoski) and then stitched together to a final composition by Lotta. A video recording of the premier on 10 Jan 2015 is available in Youtube.
Composition: Computer and Lotta Wennäkoski; Programming: Hannu Toivonen; Musicians in the premier: Juho Laitinen (cello) and Heikki Nikula (bass clarinet).