An excerpt from “Matera”:
The following works where programmed at the Concertzender (radioshow) on Friday 2 September 2016:
1. Augusto Meijer – Utopia
2. Augusto Meijer – Landschappen
3. Augusto Meijer – Structures
4. Augusto Meijer – The Starry Night
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The New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival is an annual, multi-day festival featuring works submittted by emerging and established composers, performers, and sound artists from all over the world. The festival includes pieces for live electronics and fixed media compositions of up to sixteen channels of sound, works for acoustic instruments and electronics, multi-media pieces such as those involving video and dance, and various kinds of audio and video installations..
The Gaudeamus Muziekweek, held annually at the beginning of September in Utrecht, presents the newest music by the youngest generation of composers, in exciting programming formats at extraordinary locations. The Gaudeamus Muziekweek is THE international meeting place for young composers from all over the world. An important part of the Gaudeamus Muziekweek is the Gaudeamus Prize, an award to encourage composers younger than 30.
A sound preview for the ‘Hypercube” installation project was presented at a lunchconcert, organised by the Utrecht School of the Arts.
Lichtval is a spatial light installation by Jaap van den Elzen whose shape is loosely based on the elevator cars from the mines. But where the miners entered a world of total darkness, in Lichtval the spectator enters a dynamic space of light. A soundscape has been created exclusively for the installation.
Soundscape: Augusto Meijer
Design: Jaap van den Elzen
“World in Between” is a modern dance experiment by Katja Graessli.
Performers are placed inside an everyday life situation, which is being transformed into an abstract experience for the audience to enjoy.
Choreography: Katja Graessli
Music used: Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto, Jeroen Strijbos, Augusto Meijer
Music design: Augusto Meijer
“Structures” is a research composition project, which will be presented at the International Computer Music Conference 2012 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
International Computer Music Conference
The 2012 International Computer Music Conference will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. It is organized by IRZU – the Institute for Sonic Arts Research and supported by the Faculty of Computer and Information Science as well as the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. IRZU is a young non government organization, based on an interdisciplinary concept and is conducting artistic productions in the field of electro-acoustic music / inter-media performances and installations, as well as audio technology research and educational activities.
A new electro-acoustic composition in 2012: “Structures” was presented @ Linux Audio Conference 2012’s Listening Room.
“Structures” is the result of a research composition project, exploring the creation of complex structures into sound, which are developed into a large number of varieties. The goal is to achieve an improvement in the process of sound creation for acousmatic works.
About LAC 2012
The Linux Audio Conference is the international conference about Open Source Software for music, sound and other media with Linux as the main platform. 2012 marks the 10th anniversary of the event and it is the first time the LAC takes place in the United States.
Urban Spectator soundscape get’s a radio premier!
Augusto has created a soundscape for a temporarily art exhibition in Hilversum: “Made in Hilversum”. The concept is to create a mixture of fine art pieces being enriched by electroacoustic sounds, played back in the space. The resulting exhibition is called “Urban Spectator”.
The soundscape consists of various electroacoustic works which are chained after each other.
Composers: Olivier Schreuder, Arjen Jongeneel, Jannick Oeben, Augusto Meijer.
‘Bioluminescence’ a 15 minute tape piece was presented @ the International Computer Music Conferentie 2011 in Huddersfield, England.
about ICMC 2011:
The 2011 International Computer Music Conference will be hosted by CeReNeM, theCentre for Research in New Music, at the University of Huddersfield, England. As always the conference welcomes the submission of a wide range of papers and music, covering all aspects of technical, creative and aesthetic issues around the use of computers in music.
The theme of the 2011 conference is innovation : interaction : imagination emphasising the importance for our field of innovative technical developments, imaginative responses to new situations and, above all, the creative interaction of the technical and the musical.