This October 1st, my stereo piece “Tom… Far… Orion… Blue…” (tribute to David Bowie) will be performed in an acousmatic concert in Germany! Pieces by Javier Party, Bárbara González, Nicolás Carrasco and José Vicente Asuar complete the program. Thanks to the SIMUC- International Society for Chilean Music, Helmut W. Erdmann, Martín Donoso and all the people at the Fortbildungszentrum für Neue Musik in Lüneburg for making this possible.
As part of the 2017 General Assembly of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music (CIME) in Moscow, the Electroacoustic Chilean Community (CECh) had presented two pieces for the concerts during this event: “Affaires des Oiseaux” (1976) by José Vicente Asuar and my octophonic work “La lumière” (2015), in the concerts on September 28th and 27th respectively.
After great activities last March, there are some interesting gigs and performances during April and May:
April 22th (“Earth day”), debut of my soloist live coding project, “co(n)de Zero”, thanks to the space provided by Euler room and Access Space. It will be a nice gig with “Live coded algorithmic music, coding patterns to make music to drink beer to”
Live in Access Space Sheffield, streamed to the world, featuring quickfire live code sets from:
– See Pereria
– co(n)de Zero
– dance hazard
May 5h – 7th, University of Sheffield, Firth Hall, S10 2 Sheffield, UK.
I’ll be presenting my new 8 channels acousmatic piece “The Light” during the Sound Laboratory: Sound Junction Weekend: Cinema for the ear – electronic music that transcends barriers. Investigating the frontiers of contemporary electronic music, with an immersive experience of three-dimensional sound; unbound by pitch or rhythm, instrumentation or abstraction.
Featuring performances from University students and staff, alongside special guests including Jonty Harrison, Denis Smalley, Adrian Moore, Adam Stanoviç and students.
Free entry, booking required:
Within the Festival of Arts and Humanities 2017 of the University of Sheffield, “Ruido”, dance-theatre performance by Lucy Heighton with my sound design will be presented in May 4th, 19:30, at Victoria Works, 1 Rowland Street, Sheffield, S3 8DE.
Free entry, booking needed:
SEMAINE INTERNATIONALE DE LA MUSIQUE ELECTROACOUSTIQUE, 20, 21, 22 April
Université 3 Lille, France
My piece “La Lumière” acousmatic for 8 channels (2015), third place ex-aequo in the SIME Electroacoustic Music competition, alongside “Náufragos de la Medusa“by Federico Schumacher, will be performed during the SIME 2016 festival at the University Lille III, France, the 21. April, during the concert “In memoriam Lucien Goethals” (Salle Kino, 15h.00).
Also this piece will be performed in the II Festival of Electroacoustic Music of the Universidad Católica, in Santiago de Chile alongside several works by Latin American composers:
The next concerts are part of a series featuring electroacoustic music from Leeds, Sheffield and York within the context of The White Rose Computer Music Network, an alliance between the universities of these three cities in North England.
Sheffield: May 14, 2016
York: January 22, 2016
Leeds: January 27, 2016
May 14, 2016 (Date to be confirmed)Firth Hall – The University of SheffieldFirth CourtSheffield (England, UK)
- University of Sheffield Sound Studios
January 22, 20167:30 pmThe Rymer Auditorium – Department of Music – University of YorkYork (England, UK)
December 10, 20158:00 pmStudio multimédia – Conservatoire4750, avenue Henri-JulienMontréal (Québec, Canada)
- Conservatoire de musique de Montréal
- Réseaux des arts médiatiques