A first collaboration of Synzine and Games for Music wiki (Warsaw) today at #openpublishingfest! We will play open source game "Into the Labyrinth" by Adam Izaak Wasążnik, followed by a discussion about musical games, copyrights and CC. Join us at 14:00 (CEST), link to google meet here: https://openpublishingfest.org/calendar.html#event-245
The 12th issue of Synzine publishing three new musical-games by Miriam den Boer and Rachel Mangold.
Synzine#12 is available free online and printed in Birmingham,UK by stenton.press
the 11th issue of Synzine publishing three new musical-games by Oriol E.Battle, Luke Deane and Maya Felixbrodt (based on a concept developed with Maya Verlaak and Richard Stenton)
Synzine#11 is available free online and printed in Birmingham,UK by stenton.press
A new musical game made during Synzine residency at "Street view" project, at the Vogellab, the Vogelbuurt, Amsterdam Noord, August 2019.
NEST was made by Richard Stenton, Maya Verlaak and Maya Felixbrodt.
We're celebrating the 10th issue of Synzine with a special edition featuring "Publishing" by Richard Stenton: "Publishing” takes places inside a chaotic landscape of paperwork and
bureaucracy. Using just a pen and your mind you will forge your identity in the world of music publishing. Enjoy buying and selling in currency, scheduling performances, collecting royalties, decoding scores, starting your own institutions and of course… filling out forms"
Inside you can find a QR code for the printable file and here is a downloadable PDF
Synzine#10 is available free online https://issuu.com/synzine/docs/synzine_march_2019_ii
and printed in Birmingham,UK by stenton.press
Synzine exhibited at "Rules to play by" exhibition, July 27–29, 2018 @ St. Louis, MO, USA
12hr long Play date @ Het Huis and TivoliVredenburg
short video from "John Williams told you to silence your phone, dont listen to him" by Brian Riordan
Join an evening of musical games in Third Life Studio, Somerville, hosted by composer and Pianist Yasmin Tal and an ensmble of adventurous musicians (Luke Damrosch - Percussion, Maya Felixbrodt - Viola, Cindy Giron - Keys and electronics and Chuck Furlong - Clarinet).
A playful evening of musical interactive games! You're invited to join us and play some games from the Synzine: a publication with musical games by international composers. Non/musicians with/out instruments are welcome. Card games, board games, comix scores all turned into music that we make together.
Link to the latest Synzine with some of the games: https://issuu.com/synzine/docs/synzine_april18_final
Admission- pay what you wish, 5+$ recommended donation for the space
Musical games for all