Spectro Centre for New Music announces a call for electroacoustic works for SEMAI/CIME-2020 to be presented at the fifth edition of Tehran Contemporary Music Festival in June 2020 (exact dates to be announced in advance). Link to TCMF: https://tehrancmf.com.
SEMAI/CIME & Spectro Centre for New Music are happy to announce the performance of “Cstück Nr 2 by Arsalan Abedian” & “Fata Morgana by Idin Samimi Mofakham”, at 37th General Assembly of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music at the Music at the Academy of Music in Krakow. more “ACOUSMONIUM Conference – Music at the Academy of Music in Krakow”
SEMAI/CIME in collaboration with TEMPO REALE FESTIVAL
SEMAI/CIME & Spectro Centre for New Music are happy to announce the presence of two selected Iranian composers Sohrab Motabar and Arshia Samsaminia at the Tempo Reale 2019 Festival in Italy as the representatives of Iranian section of CIME / ICEM International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music.
Tehran Contemporary Music Festival – Forth Edition
Spectro Centre for New Music proudly announces the opening of 4th edition of Tehran Contemporary Music Festival, which takes place from 16 -25 June 2019.
“SpectroDuo” Call for Scores
WHO WE ARE
SpectroDuo is a new contemporary music ensemble, specializing in the performance of music with electroacoustic media.
Founded in 2013 by Martyna Kosecka (Poland) and Idin Samimi Mofakham (Iran), SpectroDuo focuses on electronic and electroacoustic experimental live shows, which are at times structured in complex forms, and are at other times based on free improvisation. SpectroDuo is also dedicated to perform newest contemporary music for saxophone, piano and electroacoustic media.
SpectroDuo performed at various experimental music & media festivals in Poland, Czech, Spain, China, Sweden, Austria, Armenia and Iran.
Check our recent activities at: https://www.facebook.com/SpectroDuo
Spectro Centre for New Music in collaboration with The Baltic Sea Cultural Centre in Gdańsk & Academy of Music in Gdańsk presents : New Polish and Iranian electroacoustic music in Old City Hall