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Thursday, March 16, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

II Electroacoustic artists at the Graduate Center CUNY
(365 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016, EE. UU.)

Conference: Transatlantic Overview of Electroacoustic Music

Ferrer-Molina (President of the Spanish Association for Electroacoustic Music and Sound Art)
Jaime E. Oliver (NYU Waverly Labs for Music & Computing)
Daniel Neumann (CT::SWaM Contemporary Temporary Sound Works And Music).

Introduced by Antoni Pizà (Director of Foundation for Iberian Music), they will provide a broad outlook into contemporary electroacoustic music trends. They will also discuss the historical and aesthetic context out of which these compositions have emerged, and will also try to establish connections with other international developments.

Auditions of electroacoustic pieces during the presentation:
“Formants B” (2005), Albert Llanas
“Sorrowful Mysteries: The Agony of Jesus in the Garden of Stock-Market Turbulence” (2016), Miguel Molina
“Sound miniatures” (2016), Inmaculada Cárdenas
“O1C” (2017), Jaime E. Oliver

Concert of percussion, sound objects & electronics – Pau Vila Caballer
“Món per Pau” (2017, world premiere), Mercè Capdevila
“4” (2017, world premiere), Diana Pérez Custodio & Reyes Oteo Fernández
“Yourself” (2017, world premiere), Pau Vila Caballer
“Temazcal” (1984), Javier Álvarez

Concert of tape & electronic music – Víctor Aguado Machuca
“Samples from Richard Garet in frequency order” (2017, world premiere)

Saturday, March 18, 2017 @ 8:00 pm

CT::SWaM and AMEE Present: Spanish Electroacoustic Multi-Channel Music at Roulette
(30 Third Avenue, Suite 208 Brooklyn, NY 11217)

CT::SWaM presents an overview of recent works by composers from the Spanish Association for Electroacoustic Music (AMEE). The program will feature multi-channel acousmatic pieces from composers Jaime Esteve, Miguel A. García, Gregorio Jiménez, Andrés Lewin-Richter, Pedro Linde, Reyes Oteo, Stefano Scarani, and a piece for violin and electronics performed by Sarah Goldfeather. The evening will conclude with a discussion between Ferrer-Molina, president of AMEE, and Daniel Neumann, director of CT::SWaM.

Founded in 1987, AMEE is Spain’s official national association for electroacoustic music and sound art. The organization aims to promote these experimental forms of art in its broadest definition (included are acousmatic, computer and tape music, soundscape, performance, video, environmental, space and conceptual sound art, and other experimental modes of cultural production). The goals of AMEE are to foster a broad, diverse and inclusive community of electroacoustic artists and develop the collaboration and interchange of artists working within different fields, to produce projects, events, seminars and exhibitions of the sonic art fields. AMEE operates with Spanish and international cultural and educational organizations.

CT::SWaM is an artist-run series that has been presenting performances and workshops in spaces such as Eyebeam’s former Chelsea location, MoMA PS1 Printshop, Fridman Gallery, and The Knockdown Center in NYC, Neu West Berlin in Berlin, as well as on Clocktower Radio. The series, initiated by Daniel Neumann in 2012, focuses on spatial sound works, where the distribution and localization of sounds is a primary compositional parameter and a central feature for the listener. These works consider architectural, acoustical and technological factors when exploring the complex and dynamic relationship between sound and space.


“SATZ3” (2004), Jaime Esteve
“Niños rata” (2015), Miguel A. García
“RSF” (2014), Andrés Lewin-Richter
“Rosa de los Vientos” (2011), Reyes Oteo
“Etude de Sons” (2009), Gregorio Jiménez

Sarah Goldfeather – Violin & Live Electronics

“One Step of Fire” (1998, reviewed in 2016), Stefano Scarani
“Rondó Prometeo” (2016), Pedro Linde

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