On 5th of October 2019 two electronics music concerts will take place at TSSO Concert Hall “Solon Michailides” at Nikis Avenue 73, Paralia Thessaloniki. Please find below more information
CONCERT #1- 18:00
The first concert features compositions by Iannis Xenakis and the Jury of the 2nd international electronic music competition Iannis Xenakis.
PROGRAMME iannis xenakis – S.709 trevor wishart – Dithyramb – Kepler 63c oliver carman – Piano Fragments ludger brümmer – Spin joao pedro oliveira – La Mer Émeraude panayiotis kokoras – Qualia
CONCERT #2 – 20:30
In the evening, the winning compositions of the competition will be presented.
PROGRAMME Damian Gorandi (Argentina) – So…is coming… Madore Xavier (Canada) – Les loges de la suite Dimitrios Savva (Cyprus) – Moments Of Liberty II Falling Within James O’Callaghan (Canada) – If (and only if) I am among Apostolos Loufopoulos (Greece) – Demons And Fairies Robert Seaback (United States) – in surge
The chair of the jury Trevor Wishart, a legendary figure in the field of electronic music will be with us and diffuse his own piece!
See you all there. It’s going to be an exciting day!
On behalf of the jury I am very pleased to announce the results of the first Iannis Xenakis International Electronic Music Competition. The competition raised worldwide interest, attracting 270 submissions, of which 106 were in multi-channel formats. Selecting from as many as 270 pieces proved a challenging but rewarding task, and inevitably many good pieces could not make it into the final five. The selection process was anonymised: our judgements were based solely on our responses to the music. We did not know who the composers are, nor did we have access to titles or programme notes. Please find the selected pieces below.
1st Prize: Nikos Stavropoulos (Greece) for his work Topophilia 2nd Prize: Oliver Carman (United Kingdom) for his work Electric Strings 3rd Prize: Marie-Hélène Breault and Martin Bédard (Canada) for their work Replica
Honorable mentions to
Daniel Blinkhorn (Australia) for his work Cradle Caldera François Buffet (France) for his work Anabasis