Phenomenological Notation


Phenomenological Notation is an installation-composition for two performers. It is not a static or ready composition, but more a loop of different actions of music:

1) The Performer reads the graphic score and decodes it

2) The Performer performs the music with his or her body

3) The program creates new notation out of these acts.


This game or play makes it audibly and visually clear that music (or art) is never something static, correct or final. Music is the communication between the composer and the score, between the score and performer, between the performer and body between the body and the audience and so on.



Darmstadt Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik

Music in the Expanded Field (Marco Ciciliani’s workshop)

12.8.2016, Darmstadt

Eleonora Claps, Voice

Alice Belugou, Harp


26.1.2017, Helsinki, University of Arts


Discussion of the piece

26.1.2017, Helsinki, University of Arts

Aikamme musiikkia ja puhetta -lecture series article:  Trentatré trentini in notazione finlandese

Premier with Eleonora Claps and Alice Belugou

Other projects:


Emote is a emotions for voice, percussion and video.