eaw 2015

The Research Centre for Electroacoustic Music (CIME) was created in 1997 at the Department of Comunication and Art, at the University of Aveiro. It is an experimental centre comprising the fields of creation and research in electroacoustic music.? Currently directed by Isabel Soveral, in 2014 the CIME launched the communication platform ‘Electroacoustic Winds’, seeking to disseminate the work developed in this studio and to establish relationships with international partners.

The conference ‘Electroacoustic Winds 2015’ (EAW 2015), which also includes training activities, is organized by the CIME and the Institute for Ethnomusicology – Research Centre for Music and Dance (INET-MD). This conference is complemented by a series of concerts and other activities organised in collaboration with Arte no Tempo.

EAW 2015 highlights the special participation of the American composers Daria Semegen (1946) and John Chowning (1934) and the French composer Jean-Claude Risset (1938). Besides the conference, the event also includes a set of workshops for musicians and sound engineers. For the broader public, there will be various lectures and concerts.

With the inclusion of a historiographical approach to electroacoustic music research, the conference covers a wide range of topics related to current research in this field, including:

  • sound and image
  • composition and noise
  • algorithmic composition
  • spatialization
  • synthesis
  • interpretation / performance
  • preservation in live electronics

day 1: 16th September

day 2: 17th September

day 3: 18th September

day 4: 19th September

day 5: 20th  September


Full program


Call for papers: I International Conference of Electroacoustic Music of Aveiro | EAW 2015

16th to 20th of September 2015, Aveiro
Cultural and Conference Centre of Aveiro
Rectory of the University of Aveiro

1. Focus

The EAW 2015 conference covers various research and performance fields related to electroacoustic music. We highlight the following areas:

  • sonification
  • sound and image
  • composition and noise
  • ?algorithmic composition
  • spatialization
  • synthesis
  • interpretation / performance
  • preservation in live electronics

Guest speakers: Michael Iber, António Sousa Dias, Luís Antunes Pena, Ludger Brümmer, Flo Menezes, Alexander Mihali?, Miguel Azguime.



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