Future music can't be heard
and can't be played.
It is composed by us,
note by note,
in the here and now.
Richard de Hoop
What does the future look like?
Change is always happening.
De laatste tijd gaat het alleen wel in een iets sneller tempo dan toen we nog in groepjes van 10, met een hartslag van 400 en een dosis adrenaline waar je bang van wordt, achter mammoeten aan renden.
Laatst in het nieuws lieten ze een robot zien die niet alleen zelf de deur open maakte, maar ook een salto achteruit kon maken. Kun jij dat überhaupt?! Raar. Grappig. En hoewel een salto nog niet eens de meest spannende ontwikkeling is, toch ook een beetje eng? Waar gaat dit naar toe en hoe ziet onze wereld er straks uit? Hoe klinkt onze toekomstmuziek?
An inspiring presentation about
The future of work
- Who will make the decisions for you? Google or you?
- Who will do the work: a tireless AI robot or you?
- Who will make the economy circular: the companies, the government or you?
- I am really curious about your answers! And above all, what are you going to do to remain of value and play along with this future music.
Does that give us the answers?
Can music answer our questions? Can we find answers in the songs from the charts? Answers to questions such as:
- How do we hold our own?
- How do we remain valuable?
- And how do we provide strong shoulders for our children to stand on?
Richard takes you back and forward in time. Well... not really, of course, but he does take you along in the transition that we are all going through. The transition that is caused by globalisation, robotisation, bio- and neurotech, blockchain and you name it! What happens when robots take over our jobs? Will we work less? And what will we do with the remaining time? It is impossible to give an answer to this question, because we are not there yet. What we can do, however, is ask ourselves how we ensure that we can hold our own under all this tech violence. How do we ensure that we change with it and prepare ourselves for the future?
Practice your own
Music of the future
You don't know it, your neighbour doesn't know it, nobody can know what the future sounds like. Maybe Joost, but even that is doubtful. You cannot play future music. As soon as you play it, it is no longer future music, it is in the here and now. We can think about it and practice it. We can try to imagine what it would sound like. What notes we would play together, what words we would sing and what instruments we would use.
Remain valuable in the future
As a guest speaker, Richard explores how you can remain valuable in the future and how we can make "Future Music" together. He asks you fundamental questions and dwells with you on which qualities you we will need more than ever. Let's get futureproof!
What does the audience think?
Nice reactions from the audience
But what else
Is Richard talking about?
Contact Richard directly.
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