21.06.2014

IEM Graz: Studio-in-Residence in Darmstadt 2014

After visits of the Electronic Studios of Dresden and Zurich the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM) from Graz will be in 2014 Studio-in Residence at the Darmstadt Summer Course. We are delighted to welcome one of the most prominent studios in Europe. The IEM Graz has to face the dual challenge of on the one hand presenting their own research and work projects comprehensively and on the other hand involving interested Summer Course participants accordingly into practice. For this, the IEM team has designed a detailed work and presentation schedule in which key project themes of the studio (including „15 Years of Spatial Audio / Composing Spatial Instruments“, „Virtual MUMUTH“, „Patterns of Intuiton“, Winfried Ritsch’s „Automatic Piano“, „mobile hemisphere“ and space- and soundsculpture in computer music) harmonize with almost daily concert presentations at 6pm.

 

More information on the workshops of IEM Graz and other tutors of the Electronics Atelier can be found under Summer Course > Electronics Atelier.

 

For a list of the Electronics Atelier presentations please see under Program > Electronics Atelier.


In Darmstadt, the IEM Graz will be located at the canteen of the Mornewegschule and thus form the focus of this year’s Electronics Atelier. In addition, the studio is actively involved in other course projects such as in „Scelsi Revisited Backstage“ ( 9-10 August) with the contribution of „Scelsi’s tapes – attempt of a forensic analysis“, in a workshop concert of the German Society for Electroacoustic Music DEGEM or the presentation of the Disklavier project, which will be shown as part of the EU Network ULYSSES.

21.06.2014

The IEM Graz as Studio-in-Residence at the Darmstadt Summer Course 2014

After visits of the Electronic Studios of Dresden and Zurich the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM) from Graz will be in 2014 Studio-in Residence at the Darmstadt Summer Course. We are delighted to welcome one of the most prominent studios in Europe. The IEM Graz has to face the dual challenge of on the one hand presenting their own research and work projects comprehensively and on the other hand involving interested Summer Course participants accordingly into practice. For this, the IEM team has designed a detailed work and presentation schedule in which key project themes of the studio (including „15 Years of Spatial Audio / Composing Spatial Instruments“, „Virtual MUMUTH“, „Patterns of Intuiton“, Winfried Ritsch’s „Automatic Piano“, „mobile hemisphere“ and space- and soundsculpture in computer music) harmonize with almost daily concert presentations at 6pm.

 

More information on the workshops of IEM Graz and other tutors of the Electronics Atelier can be found under Summer Course > Electronics Atelier.

 

For a list of the Electronics Atelier presentations please see under Program > Electronics Atelier.