Find out how technology and classical music interact
Classical Music & Technology
The Karajan Music Tech Conference is a cross-industry networking event in a creative environment.
If you are an Artist, Music Label, Music Startup, Streaming Service, Classical Music Festival, Web & Communications Agency or simply a creative mind then you should not miss this opportunity to connect you and your business with the future of music entertainment.
MUSIC & AI
Learn how the collaboration between machines and humans is enabling new levels of creativity!
KEYNOTES & DISCUSSIONS
Learn about the most recent trends and future developments in classical music from entrepreneurs, artists and scientists.
Explore the most cutting-edge classical music start-ups and technology companies in our curated demo space.
Click on the titles below to see speakers and details. Program subject to change.
Gathering of all our guests and subsequent division into groups
Experience Corners for the Guests
3 groups rotation, each group 12-15 guests, each corner 15 mins for presentation and experience.
Presented by Matthias Röder (Karajan Institute CEO), Volkswagen Group Future Center Design Team, Henrik Matthies (MIMI Hearing Technologies), Vladimir Viro (Karajan Institute CTO)
|Music presentation inside a car with an App (e-Golf + Passat)||Design presentation (by Volkswagen Group Future Center Design Team)||OLYMPIANA - An AI Technology that is able to accompany musicians on a piano|
Dialogue I – Future of Culture and Mobility
How do technological advances in AI and automation have an impact on culture and mobility?
Moderator: Matthias Röder
With: Peter Ortlieb (Head of Design, Future Center Asia), Holger Volland (Frankfurt Bookfair), Daniel Hope (Violonist), Tim Renner (Motor Music), Nick NM Yap (Volareo)
Cellist Peter Gregson performs a duet with the artificial intelligence OLYMPIANA
Dialogue II – Autonomous Driving & Music AI
How will advances in automatic and autonomous driving shape the way we consume and interact with music and media?
Moderator: Matthias Röder
With: He Dageng (Shanghai Symphony), Peter Ortlieb (Head of Design, Future Center Asia), Vladimir Viro (CTO Karajan Institute), Thomas Foster (AI Sounds), Fu Jiran (Chinese Journalist)
Dinner + Experience Corners Pt II
Guests evening dinner, group photo shooting and socializing. Followed by another chance to try the experience corners.
The formal ending of the Karajan Music Tech Conference Beijing at the Volkswagen Group China. If guests wish, they can join the follow-up event Yellow Lounge which starts at 10 p.m.
More to be announced