The 2016 SEAMUS National Conference at Georgia Southern University will be held February 11-13. More information can be found in the conference menu above!
SEAMUS Member News — Summer 2015 Brian Belet’s composition Summer Phantoms: Nocturne (piano and computer-processed piano sounds) is included on Kai Schumacher’s (www.kaischumacher.com) new CD Insomnia, published June 2015 on the SWR Music/Hänssler Classic label in Germany. The CD also includes night music by George Gershwin, John Cage, George Crumb, and Bruce Stark. Schumacher has performed […]
“EVERYTHING about LORks has been thrilling and disturbing. We didn’t know if anything would work at first. When it did, it was like meth; we had to try more and more dangerous and crazy things.” —Perry Cook The laptop orchestra has established itself as a standard, yet varied and unpredictable ensemble that represents the intersection […]
“The human being knows himself only insofar as he knows the world; he perceives the world only in himself, and himself only in the world. Every new object, clearly seen, opens up a new organ of perception in us.” —Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Kim Cascone responds to questions posed by newsletter editor Steve Ricks and talks […]
Elizabeth Anderson gave the avant-première of her octophonic acousmatic work Solar Winds…and Beyond at the CIME Festival 2014 at the University of North Texas on October 4, 2014. A second avant-première of Solar Winds…and Beyond took place at the X BIMESP 2014 Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Following, Solar Winds was performed at the Bernoaola Festival […]