This year, Loop will cover a broad range of subjects around creativity, music-making and self-expression. We’ll shine a light on artists and makers who use environmental and architectural space as a catalyst for composition, and adopt off-the-grid practices to get beyond the constraints of current music-making tools.

There’ll be Performances, Presentations, Discussions and Track Deconstructions, as well as hands-on Workshops, intimate Studio and Listening Sessions. Plus, we're offering opportunities to collaborate with Loop attendees and artists in Music Improv Sessions, and to work alongside designers in the Maker Zone, a space for experimentation and collaboration.

Loop 2020 artist, event and venue information is constantly being updated.


Loop Art Tour

Khyam Allami

Microtonality: Tuning Your Creative Process

Personal Takes


Repurposing History: A Performative Presentation with Antenes

Yuri Suzuki

Shure presents: A Different Dimension of Sound Design with Yuri Suzuki

Rob Ramirez, Tom Hall

Sound and Vision: Creating Audio-Reactive Visuals with Jitter

Stephen O’Malley

The Art of Collaboration: In Conversation with Stephen O’Malley

Mary Anne Hobbs

The Magic of Listening Together, with Mary Anne Hobbs


Adam Neely, Jamila Woods, Liz Teutsch

Those Who Can, Teach

Track Deconstructions


Splice presents: Track Deconstruction with Camea


Track Deconstruction with clipping.

Georgia Anne Muldrow

Track Deconstruction with Georgia Anne Muldrow

Major Seven

Tracklib presents: Track Deconstruction with Major Seven


Hilary Jeffery, Maya Shenfeld

A Site-Specific Performance with Hilary Jeffery and Maya Shenfeld


Live Performance with duendita

Ex-Easter Island Head

Live Performance with Ex-Easter Island Head


Live Performance with JFDR

Lucrecia Dalt

Live Performance with Lucrecia Dalt – Sound and Light Design by Alessandra Leone


Live Performance with NYX Choir


Live Performance with Sotomayor


Live Performance with Uwalmassa


Lucier's ‘I Am Sitting In A Room’, as performed by clipping.

Sound Check

Sound Check is a space where you can experiment with synths, controllers and toys without pressure or time constraints. It’s a chance to connect with brands and technologists, but it’s not a trade show – no one will try to sell you anything. If you do find something you like however, there’ll be representatives from our sponsors and partners close by to answer your questions. Find out more