electrocd

Stephan Dunkelman

March 21 – 23, 2007: Vande Gorne and Dunkelman

Monday, March 19, 2007 In concert

Stephan Dunkelman and Annette Vande Gorne will respectively present their works When I Was Wood and Lamento (a movement of Yawar Fiesta) on March 23, 2007 in Brussels as part of the next Électro-Belge concert. Just before, Annette Vande Gorne will take part in the Siberfest 2007 (International Festival of Electronic, Computer Music and Digital Art) in Sibiu (Romania) on March 21 and 22. Click on Impalpables and Rhizomes to listen to their work.

More info

March 29, 2007: BelgiumElectro Concert in Paris

Tuesday, January 23, 2007 In concert

The 3rd concert of the Cycle de concerts de musique par ordinateur 2006-07 celebrates Belgium and Musiques & Recherches. The cooncert on March 29, 2007 c at Amphi X of Université Paris VIII (France) presents works by 4 Belgian composers — Stephan Dunkelman, Ingrid Drese, Elizabeth Anderson, Annette Vande Gorne — and the French composer — Philippe Mion — who have worked in that studio.

More info

July 16, 2005: Harrison and Vande Gorne at Nuit bleue 2005

Thursday, June 30, 2005 In concert

Élektrophonie presents the 2005 Nuit bleue from July 8 to 10, 2005 at Arc et Senans’ Saline Royale (France). Nuit bleue 2005 is the 4th edition of this festival dedicated to new electroacoustic and electronic music, and is presented in coproduction with the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) and Musiques & Recherches (Belgium). Every acousmatic composition will be spatialized on acousmonium by Sébastien Chatron, Jonty Harrison, Isabel Pires and Annette Vande Gorne. The night will feature compositions by Pete Stollery, Adrian Moore, Denis Smalley, Stephan Dunkelman, Ingrid Drese, Robert Normandeau, Francis Dhomont, Patrick Ascione, Andrew Lewis, Trevor Wishart, Annette Vande Gorne, Elizabeth Anderson, Theodore Lotis, Roger Cochini, Bernard Fort, Jonty Harrison, John Young, David Berezan et Beatriz Ferreyra, amongst others. The concert will then be repeated integrally in Birmingham (UK) on July 16, 2005.

More info