We lost a composer, a generous human, a friend.
Phonos presents the concert Els pioners de la música electroacústica a Bèlgica on April 10, 2014 at the Sala Polivalent of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona with works by: Henri Pousseur, Arsène Souffriau, Leo Kupper, Annette Vande Gorne, Joris de Laet, Stephan Dunkelman, and Ingrid Drese / Étienne Leclercq.
At the initiative of composer Stephan Dunkelman, 4 acousmatic composers amongst the most important of the genre — François Bayle, Francis Dhomont, Beatriz Ferreyra, and Bernard Parmegiani — pay homage to the work of Annette Vande Gorne on May 9, 2011 at a concert in Flagey in Brussels (Belgium). They will each diffuse a work by Vande Gorne and premiere a new work of their own. On the same programme are more premieres by Jonty Harrison, Ingrid Drese, Raúl Minsburg, and Elsa Justel.
BEAST presents Espaces, a six-concert series, on March 4 to 6, 2011 at the Foyle Studio of MAC in Birmingham (England, UK). On the programme: two carte blanche concerts by Kees Tazelaar and Annette Vande Gorne and works by Robert Normandeau, Iannis Xenakis, Francis Dhomont, Stephan Dunkelman, and several others.
The 7th International Electroacoustic Music Contest of São Paulo (CIMESP 2007) received works of 208 composers from 33 countries! The international jury formed by Christian Calon, Gilles Gobeil, Flô Menezes and João Pedro Oliveira has awarded, amongst others, Liaisons mécaniques by Nicolas Bernier (2nd Prize ex aequo) and honorable mentions were given to 7 works, including those of Elizabeth Anderson, Manuella Blackburn, António Ferreira, Raúl Minsburg, Steingrimur Rohloff, Diana Simpson, Hans Tutschku. Premières traces du Choucas by Francis Dhomont won the Public Prize.
Were also announced the selected works for the upcoming 7th International Biennial for Electroacoustic Music of São Paulo (VII BIMESP 2008) in the fall of 2008. They include: Last Thoughts Before Silence by Mathew Adkins, scènes, rendez-vous by Pete Stollery, Kaleidoscope: Arcade by Peter Batchelor, When I was Wood by Stephan Dunkelman.