Electroacoustic Music in Great Britain: Past/Present/Future
26th / 27th January 2019
This two-day event celebrates a very significant anniversary: 40 years since the founding of EMAS (The Electroacoustic Music Association of Great Britain).
In celebration of this founding, the British ElectroAcoustic Network, in association with the School of Design, University of Greenwich, invite you to join us for a weekend of talks, concerts and discussions celebrating the achievements of Electroacoustic music in the UK. Throughout the weekend, we hope to explore the varied history, and vibrant present, of electroacoustic music practice in the UK, and to project forwards toward new futures.
We are very pleased to announce that this event is sponsored by electrothèque who have kindly offered a one-month free subscription to all attendees.
Featuring works by: Simon Emmerson; Evelyn Ficarra; Rolf Gehlhaar; Jonty Harrison; Katharine Norman; Denis Smalley; Jo Thomas; Trevor Wishart; Pete Stollery …
… Among many others.
A draft programme shall be available in the very near future. For the moment, please see our indicative programme: Here.
To register for the event please visit: Here
For travel and accommodation: Here
We look forward to welcoming you to Greenwich in the new year.