With the Beethoven personality test by Trickster Orchestra and kling klang klong, anyone can compose: The test (supported by AI and a specially programmed app) playfully makes different personality types sound in an individual way. The app goes online on October 20!
In LAB 3 on November 1, we celebrate the start of this new collective musical adventure of our oper.digital series with an analog and digital audience and all project participants: The first sounding test results can be heard, performed live by the Trickster Orchestra. And we take a look into the gears of the personality test engine: Valentin von Lindenau (kling klang klong) gives insights into the technical workings, programming and the role of AI in the creation of the crowd composing tool. Psychologist and Mental Health in Music co-founder Anne Löhr, who advised the app’s developers, also provides information on the psychological models underlying the test.
Cymin Samawatie, Clemens Seemann
Valentin von Lindenau (kling klang klong), Anne Löhr (psychologist) & musicians* of the Trickster Orchestra
Live stream at oper.digital/stream
In the series oper.digital we are researching with our audience about the future of a musical theater that is also digital: What potential lies in digitization? What influence will audiences be able to exert on works and programming in the future, and with which digital devices? What role will AI play?
The oper.digital project is implemented by the Neuköllner Oper in collaboration with the Verworner Krause-Kammerorchester and developed within the framework of “dive in. Program for Digital Interactions” of the Kulturstiftung
des Bundes, funded by the Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien (BKM) in the programme NEUSTART KULTUR.