Open CUBE / CUBE Lecture

Open CUBE / CUBE Lecture



The primary focus of the concerts at Open CUBE is their experimental and workshop-like nature.The IEM infrastructure – with its professional surround technology in the production studio and the computerized 49 channel matrix, as well as the technical support of the IEM staff – is readily available to artists for use in rehearsals and performances. Video projection, sensor and interactive technologies increase the organizational possibilities. 

Open CUBE - Inter_agency

Montag 06.05.2019, 19:30

Open CUBE - Inter_agency

Gerhard Eckel, Artemi-Maria Gioti, Eduardo Miranda, Ludvig Elblaus, Margarethe Maierhofer-Lischka, Patrick Skrilecz.

Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Martina Claussen, Kenn Mouritzen

CUBE Lecture - Realität und Artifizialität

Martina Claussen, Kenn Mouritzen

Dienstag, 14.05.2019, 19:00 Uhr


Open CUBE - Martina Claussen - Kenn Mouritzen

Dienstag, 14.05.2019, 20:00 Uhr

Werke von Martina Claussen und Kenn Mouritzen

Martina Claussen, Kenn Mouritzen - Klangregie

Davide Gagliardi - Technik


Vergangene Termine

CUBE Lecture - Einführung in die Audio Forensik

Montag, 8. April 2019, 14:00 Uhr

CUBE Lecture - Einführung in die Audio Forensik

Christian Kuke, LKA Baden-Württemberg, Cyberkriminalität/Digitale Spuren, Stuttgart

Open CUBE - Tag der offenen Tür der Computermusik

Dienstag, 02. April 2019, 18:00

Open CUBE - Tag der offenen Tür der Computermusik

Konzert mit Werken Studierender des Bachelor und Masterstudiums Computermusik

Mit Beiträgen von
Benedikt Alphart, Anna Arkushina, Teonas Borsetto und Jonas Schändlinger

Klangregie: Davide Gagliardi

CUBE Lecture - Sound and Wonder - the sound art theatre of Ray Lee

Dienstag, 26.3. 12:00 IEM CUBE

CUBE Lecture: Sound and Wonder - the sound art theatre of Ray Lee

Can sound be used to generate a state of wonderment? Sound artist Ray Lee creates kinetic sound sculptures, large-scale performances and installations that immerse his audiences in a whirling and spinning sound world. In this Lecture Ray talks about some of the ideas behind his works, including his fascination with invisible forces such as radio waves, electricity and magnetism and how they have led to making art works that have taken him all over the world. He will also introduce his latest work in development Congregation and offer participants a chance to try out the work for themselves during the afternoon.


Ray Lee is a multi-award-winning composer and artist.His monumental outdoor work Chorus has been touring nationally and internationally since 2013 with appearances as part of major outdoor programmes organised by Lieux Publics in Marseilles, the National Theatre, WOMAD, the Southbank, Hong Kong International Arts Festival, Georgetown Festival in Penang, ZAT Montpelier, Warsaw Contemporary Music Festival, Connected Cities in Seoul, South Korea, a Circulate tour of four London venues and at festivals in Melbourne and Romania to name a few. Chorus was shortlisted for the 2014 British Composer of the Year award and he won the British Composer of the Year award for the highly inventive music theatre project The Ethometric Museum.

His world-wide hit Siren has been performed over three hundred and fifty times in eighteen countries across three continents and continues to tour internationally. Force Field was awarded an honorary mention in the 2008 Prix Ars Electronica for Digital Music. His recent work Ring Out was cocommissioned by OCM receiving a PRS New Music Biennial award. Ring Out has been presented at Hull City of Culture and London Southbank as well as Newbury and Oxford. A recording of the work was broadcast on BBC Radio 3. He is a Professor of Sound Art at Oxford Brookes University and an associate artist of OCM (Oxford Contemporary Music).


Workshop: Klanginstallation Congregation

Dienstag, 26.3. 13:00 am Areal des Campus

Wir ersuchen um verbindliche Anmeldung zum Workshop über bergner(at)

First come, first serve. Sollte es mehr als 10 InteressentInnen geben, kommt es zu einem zweiten Termin um 13:45. Bitte nehmen Sie Handschuhe mit, das Metall kann im Freien kalt werden.


You are invited to a testing event!
The Sonic Spheres will guide you to a secret location using sound alone.
Starting in groups from different city locations, all the spheres wish to gather in a central location.  You, the sphere carrier, will become part of a sci-fi procession leading to a congregation of musical spheres. You then become a member of an electronic musical orchestra as you explore the final location.
This is an outdoor event that requires you to walk for the duration, so please dress appropriately!
The spheres are metal so bring a pair of gloves as its winter!
Your job is to keep the sphere happy by going in the right direction. Remember, only the sphere knows where you are being taken! If you go the right way it will let you know by making a ‘happy’ sound, but if you start to go the wrong way it will sound 'sad'. If you go too far in the wrong direction it will start to sound cross! Keep your sphere happy and find out where you are being taken to and why…

Open CUBE - Zubin Kanga – WIKIPIANO

Dienstag, 19. März 2019, 19:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Zubin Kanga - WIKIPIANO

Alexander Schubert – WIKI-PIANO.NET (2018, Austrian Premiere)
Claudia Molitor – You touched the twinkle on the helix of my ear (2018, Austrian Premiere)
Christopher Fox – Five Characters in Search of a Form (2018, Austrian Premiere)
Nicole Lizée – Scorsese Etudes (2018, Austrian Premiere)

Zubin Kanga performs newly commissioned works for piano and multimedia,
drawing from a range of inspirations including internet culture, film, TV, video art
and sci-fi culture.

Alexander Schubert’s WIKI-PIANO.NET is constantly recomposed by the internet community. Claudia Molitor uses video of her own hands to create a gestural dialogue with the pianist. Christopher Fox creates a dialogue between the onstage pianist and their onscreen doppelganger in a work exploring adaptation, translation and transformation. And Nicole Lizée continues her celebrated series of film auteur-based works with an exploration of the iconic films of Martin Scorsese.


CUBE Lecture - Gender und Musiktechnologie

Montag, 11. März 2019, 18:00 Uhr

CUBE Lecture - „Roots of the Moment“ - Ausgewählte Aspekte der Improvisation im Schaffen von PAULINE OLIVEROS (1932-2016)

Elisabeth Harnik

Die amerikanische Akkordeonistin, Komponistin, Improvisationskünstlerin, Autorin, Pädagogin, Humanistin, Pionierin und Visionärin der elektronischen Musik hat mit dem Einsatz von Improvisation, elektronischen Mitteln, Ritual und Meditation ein visionäres Werk geschaffen.

Der Vortrag bezieht sich auf das breite Sprektrum ihrer Improvisationspraxis als Performerin und die unterschiedlichen Perspektiven der Improvisation in ihrer lebenslangen Praxis des Deep Listening®, in ihren Werken und Schriften in denen die Künstlerin explizit über den Prozess des Improvisierens reflektiert und Ausblicke auf die Zukunft bietet.

Deep Listening ist eine von Pauline Oliveros entwickelte multi-dimensionale Praxis mit der Intention, kreative Innovation jenseits aller Grenzen und Fähigkeiten zu fördern, „im Streben nach einem erweiterten Bewusstsein für die Welt der Klänge und die Klänge der Welt“. Bedeutsam dabei sind für sie die Erweiterungsmöglichkeiten durch Technologie. Deep Listening bedeutet für Oliveros, in jedem Augenblick absolut alles auf jede nur erdenkliche Art zu (er)hören – egal ob beim Komponieren, beim Improvisieren oder im täglichen Leben.

CUBE Lecture - GRM Today

Montag, 4. März 16:00 Uhr

CUBE Lecture - GRM Today

François Bonnet

CUBE Lecture - Physical modelling of speech production

Montag, 4. März 2019,  9:00 Uhr

CUBE Lecture - Physical modelling of speech production

Rémi Blandin

For historical and technical reasons, the study of speech has long been limited to a narrow frequency range comprised between 0 and 5 kHz.  Nowadays, with the progress of research and technology, the high frequency speech spectrum above 5 kHz is gaining more interest.
This implies new challenges for the physical modelling of speech production, since neglected phenomena with a low frequency assumption must be accounted for. Thus, the so widely used plane wave assumption meets its limitation and the whole complexity of the three dimensional acoustic field needs to be modelled. Indeed, at high frequency, anti-resonances and additional resonances that are not predicted by this simple model are observed and predicted by more accurate simulations. The concept of a unique vocal tract transfer function becomes itself obsolete, since the speech directivity becomes more pronounced and complex. Indeed, in addition to a more complex diffraction of the radiated sound by the head and the torso, the features of the internal 3D acoustic field may influence the directivity.
As a consequence, the transfer functions differ considerably depending on the receiving point considered. However, much work is still required to characterise the relationship between the physical phenomena and their consequences on perception.

Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert

Netzwerkkompositionen für 3D Umgebungen – Semesterarbeiten der LV Computermusik und Multimedia

Montag, 28. 1.2019, 19Uhr

Studierende von Marko Ciciliani

Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert

Open CUBE Studierende der Computermusik präsentieren ihre Semesterarbeiten

Donnerstag, 24. 1.2019, 19Uhr

Freitag, 25.1.2019, 19Uhr

Studierende von Marko Ciciliani, Gerhard Eckel und Daniel Mayer

Davide Gagliardi, Klangregie


CUBE Lecture - Gender und Musiktechnologie

Dienstag 15.01.2019, 18:45 Uhr

CUBE Lecture - Gender at the core of computer music

Hannah Bosma, University of Amsterdam

In this lecture, I will explore how computer/electronic music is related to gender on various levels. I will discuss gender structure (“who does what”) and gender symbolism (gendered representations) of computer/electronic music, and how gender is intertwined with its fundamental notions such as technology, authorship, performance and composition. I will show both the persistence and the transgression of stereotypical gender roles and representations. Awareness of the various ways that gender is engrained in computer/electronic music may contribute to a fairer and more open playing field, and bring inspiration and fun. In this journey we will encounter hybrid figures such as stuttering cyborgs, electronic cries or musical washing machines.

Hannah Bosma lectures on gender and music technology at the KUG (winter semester 2017-18 and 2018-19). 2019 - 2023, she will undertake her "Veni" postdoc research project "Preservation as performance: liveness, loss and viability in electroacoustic music" at the University of Amsterdam, funded by the Dutch national organization for scientific research NWO. Her publications include: The Electronic Cry: Voice and Gender in Electroacoustic Music (2013, PhD dissertation), and articles in journals and books such as Organised Sound (2003, 2017), Contemporary Music Review (2016), The Routledge Companion to Sounding Art (2017) and Cathy Berberian: Pioneer of Contemporary Vocality (Ashgate 2014). In 2016 she organized the conference The Art of Voice Synthesis in Amsterdam (

CUBE Lecture - The Digital in Digital Art

Montag, 14.01.2019, 18:00 Uhr

CUBE Lecture - The Digital in Digital Art

Mario Verdicchio, PhD von der University of Bergamo, Italy

Theorising over the relation between art and digital technology is challenging, because a new layer of analysis on the artistic use of computers was added in the 1960s over a debate on art that was far from over. Some technological and sociotechnical aspects of computers must be taken into account to form a more complete picture on what is going on in digital art. Technological characteristics of computers depend on the physical properties of their components, while their sociotechnical aspects derive from the fact that these artefacts are conceived, designed, built, and deployed in society. Dealing with electronics on the one hand and with companies on the other may not look relevant for a discourse in aesthetics, but computers are fundamentally dependent on these aspects of reality and, thus, an enquiry on what digital art is must take off from this standpoint.

Mario Verdicchio on himself:
"My PhD was about Artificial Intelligence, specifically about autonomous agents. Many of my subsequent research activities have stemmed from this topic. In particular, I have published conference papers, journal papers and book chapters on Autonomous Technology and Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence.

During my lectureship at the University of Bergamo, Italy I taught in a number of different schools, including Communication Studies. This activity stimulated a new research endeavour of mine about the relation
between technology and humanities and, more in general, between technology and society. I have published a book on Digital Humanities and conference and journal papers on Science, Technology and Society.

My work as a visual artist and my activity as a computer scientist have found a stimulating common ground in the context of Computer Art. My interests in this field have become more concrete with the creation of the xCoAx international conference series. I have co-edited all the proceedings and the journal special issues connected to this event and also published a number of conference papers and book chapters on the topic of Computer Art."

Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

Freitag, 14.12.2018, 19:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

Computermusik Bachelor Studierende präsentieren Arbeiten aus der Lehrveranstaltung Live-Elektronik von David Pirrò

Teonas Borsetto, Gianluca Iadema, Alexandru Spanu


Open CUBE - Workshop - Joachim Heintz

Workshop "Live-Elektronik mit modernem Csound und Csound in PD”

04.12.2018 13:00-16:00

Joachim HEINTZ (Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover)

Der Workshop bietet einen Einstieg in die Arbeit mit der Audio-Programmiersprache Csound. Der Fokus liegt dabei auf Live-Elektronik und neuen Features dieser alten Sprache. Dabei wird die Oberfläche CsoundQt benutzt, die eine grafische Oberfläche ebenso bereitstellt wie eine Entwicklungsumgebung. Die Kommunikation zwischen Csound und PD über OSC (Open Sound Control) wird ebenso gezeigt wie die Integration von Csound in PD über das csound6~ Objekt.

Open CUBE , 04.12.2018 | 18:00

Live Elektronik mit ALMA und Gästen
Feliz Anne MACAHIS (Stimme) und
Teonas BORSETTO (Schlagzeug)

ALMA ist ein Software-Instrument zur Improvisation, das auf der Analyse sprachähnlicher Einheiten des Live-Inputs beruht. Nach einer kurzen Einführung in die Konzeption improvisiert Joachim Heintz mit Teonas Borsetto (Schlagzeug) und Feliz Anne Macahis (Stimme).

Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Luigi Marino

CUBE Lecture - Luigi Marnio - Behave!

Dienstag 27.11.2018, 18:00 Uhr

You heard this before: technology has changed our music forever. The medium is the message, used to say McLuhan: technology shapes information channels, and the channels define information more than the contents themselves. Were this to be completely true, how do we explain that when we look for performers of electronic music online, on a magazine, or randomly attending concerts in the cities where experimental music is supposed to thrive, we see an invasion of analog electronics almost unchanged from the 60s, or the most standard digital techniques? One of the greatest observers of human behaviour of the 20th century, Herbert Simon, warned us that contents still matter, and basic organizational processes have not yet undergone a deep revolution: if we fail to reach a comfort zone with technological innovation, often the response doesn't lie within technology itself, but more within our very own human behaviour.

Starting from here the lecture will touch three major points:
    • New technologies deliver different results only if they convey different behaviors.
    • Intuitive decision-making is probably the oldest musical behavior we have, and still we rarely witness what happens when it is conveyed properly by a microprocessor: digital has still an enormous unexpressed potential.
    • A relational theory for electronic music performance that doesn't deal with claims of universal language.


Open CUBE - Luigi Marnio - Networks

Dienstag 27.11.2018, 19:00 Uhr

Program notes:

Network 2 (2018)
- is a work that uses the computer's analytical capabilities to surround the performer's gestures with an immersive synthetic landscape. This landscape requires no intervention other than the sounds produced by the performer for its whole development. These sounds are converted into a wide variety of data, which are then recombined to generate all the aspects of the computer's response. A crackle box is used as input. The computer's output is entirely synthetic and there is no use of sampling or timeline sequencing.

Network 3 (2018)
- displays a similar approach as Network 2. Although in this work the input too is digital, and uses the pitches of a just tuned scale starting point.
This work is also a study of cross-platform software. This problem is becoming always more present in my experience, and it is seldom addressed even if solutions can be strikingly simple. The relationships with the input are developed both in Max and Supercollider, which run together on a local network via OSC.


IMMERSION - Studierendenkonzert

Computermusik-Studierendenkonzert im Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien (KM-) Burgring 2, 8010 Graz

Donnerstag, 15.11.2018, 18:00 Uhr


Spätestens seit dem Aufkommen von Virtual Reality ist, ausgehend von Film- und Medientheorie, der Begriff in aller Munde. Die Versenkung als intendierte Hörhaltung wird im Bereich der elektronischen Musik mit Richtungen wie minimal, ambient, drone, techno etc. in Verbindung gebracht und, je Standpunkt, als Befreiung vom Diskursprimat begrüßt oder als Verweigerung einer kritischen Rezeptionshaltung skeptisch betrachtet. Immersion avant la lettre mag, wer will, aber auch schon bei Wagner und zuvor erkennen. Verweist Immersion also vielleicht nur auf den – im Musikdenken schon im 19. Jahrhundert etablierten – dionysischen Pol? Gibt es neue Klangwelten, die immersives Hören besonders nahelegen oder auch ironisch damit spielen? Studierende der Computermusik am Institut für Elektronische Musik und Akustik der Kunstuniversität Graz stellen sich diesen Fragen in ihren aktuellen Werken.

Studierende von Marko Ciciliani, Gerhard Eckel, Daniel Mayer

Davide Gagliardi - Klangregie
Alyssa Aska - Live-Elektronik
Lukas Wegscheider - Live-Elektronik

Werke von Benedikt Alphart, Alyssa Aska, Davide Gagliardi, Jürgen Mayer, Linus Müller, Ina Thomann und Lukas Wegscheider

Eintritt frei

Im Rahmen der Ausstellung "Artificial Paradise? Immersion in Raum und Zeit" im Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien (KM-) Burgring 2, 8010 Graz


CUBE Lecture - Jeffrey E. Boyd

An Eclectic Circus: from computer vision to musicology
Jeffrey E. Boyd

Dienstag, 9.10.2018, 13:00


This talk gives a personal introduction to my hosts at IEM, covering the eclectic research areas that I have been involved in - my eclectic circus - and then presents on-going work in computational musicology.  My research career started in electrical engineering, moved to computer science, and has involved signal and image processing, computer  vision, interactive art and music, and sonification. My latest work in computational musicology, focuses on performance research.  With my colleague, Dr. Friedemann Sallis, I am conducting research on how to meet the applications of computational musicology to the study of contemporary, spatial compositions. We are currently working on analyzing recordings of Touch (Hamel 2012) and Zellen-Linien (Tutschku 2007) -  both feature an eight-speaker surround system that reneders spatial sound for the audience.  We acquire recordings of performances of the pieces with an Eigenmike em32 32-element spherical microphone array. From the recordings of Touch, we deconstruct the "mechanical" passages to locate the use of bell samples in the performance.  Recordings of the piece in two acoustically distinct venues allows to begin looking at the interactions between composition, performer/performance, and venue.

About the presenter:  Jeffrey Boyd is an associate professor at the University of Calgary.  He holds degrees in computer science and electrical engineering, and conducts research on a wide array of research topics, from computer vision and measuring human motion, to interactive art and music, sonification, and computational musicology.

Open CUBE - Participatory Electronic Music

Freitag, 6. Juli 2018, 19:00

Open CUBE- Participatory Electronic Music  COLLAB competition finalists

Giacomo Lepri, Fabio Morreale, Benjamin Stahl, Paul Wolff, Kosmas Giannoutakis, Benjamin Matuszewski, und Norbert Schnell

CUBE Lecture - Fabio Morreale und Giacomo Lepri

Donnerstag 05.07.2018 um 10:00 Uhr

CUBE Lecture mit Fabio Morreale und Giacomo Lepri von Queen Mary University of London

Fabio Morreale: Encouraging Multiple Interpretations in Interactive Installation

Researchers in Human-Computer Interaction have been gradually shifted the scope of their investigation from the work environment to everyday lives, culture, and the arts. Ludic and aesthetic activities have been gaining consideration as mechanisms for developing new values and for acquiring new knowledge. In this context, research started pursuing idiosyncratic interpretations, rather than a single correct reading of design artifacts. As a consequence, a number of concepts that HCI traditionally opposed – among which particular ambiguity, randomness, and appropriation, were promoted as potentially conductive to heterogeneous interpretations of an artifact. Fabio will discuss upon these topic by discussing his own experience with the case studies of The Music Room and Beatfield, two musical installations designed to foster interpretively flexible experiences.

Giacomo Lepri: Composing interactions - design for ambiguity   

Giacomo's artistic research is at the intersection of music composition, improvisation and instrument design. Ultimately, he considers the practice of sonic interaction design as an opportunity to play with illusions and ambiguities. With this mindset, Giacomo is interested in exploring compositional strategies for the mediation of human and technological agencies. During his talk, he will introduce the ideas and intuitions that informed two of his latests works: InMuSIC (an Interactive Multimodal System for Electroacoustic Improvisation) and Cembalo Scrivano .2 (interactive audiovisual installation based on augmented typewriter).

Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert

Donnerstag, 28.6.2018, 18:30 Uhr

Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert

Studierende präsentieren Arbeiten aus den Lehrveranstaltungen:

Generative Musik und Algorithmische Komposition (Gerhard Nierhaus)
Künstlerisches Gestalten mit Klang (IOhannes m zmölnig)


CUBE Lecture - Die Kontingenz des Materials

Mittwoch, 27.06.2018, 18:00 Uhr

CUBE Lecture - Die Kontingenz des Materials 

Luc Döbereiner

Lucía Pérez Diego, Cello

Jacobo Hernández Enríquez, Elektronik

Der Vortrag beschäftigt sich mit damit, wie die Praxis des kompositorischen Denkens sich an einem Anderen, dem Material, ausrichtet. Dabei wird Material weniger als greifbarer Stoff oder Baustein, sondern als zu erforschendes "Ding" gedacht. Dieses "Ding" befindet sich im Zwischenraum von wahrgenommener Form, außerzeitlicher Struktur und momentanem Klang. Die Konstellation dieser Begriffe bezieht sich auf Jacques Lacans Konzept des "objet petit a" und die drei Register des Psychischen: das Imaginäre, das Symbolische und das Reale. Dieser theoretische Zusammenhang wird kurz dargestellt, wobei des Kontingenzpotential des kompositorischen Materials im Mittelpunkt steht, das anhand der Komposition "Auflösung" (2017) für Cello und Live-Elektronik besprochen wird. Abschließend wird das Stück von Studierenden im Masterstudiengang "Performance Practice in Contemporary Music" aufgeführt.

Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - "THOUNDS" - bringing the sounds of the internet of things to Your space

Donnerstag, 21.06.2018,  um 18:30h Lecture, 20h00 Konzert

CUBE Lecure

Josef Klammer - SOUND UND TRIBUNAL / Klangkonzepte für Bühne und Tribüne

Seppo Gründler - HEAR THE SPACE / the auditive experience of space

Open CUBE - "THOUNDS" - bringing the sounds of the internet of things to Your space mit Seppo Gründler und Josef Klammer

Seppo Gründler, Josef Klammer – live electronics

Davide Gagliardi – Technik


Laborkonzert - Responsive Space

Mittwoch, 23.05.18, 19:30 Uhr

Laborkonzert - Responsive Space

Audiovisuelle Stücke mit den mobilen Geräten der ZuschauerInnen

Raimund Vogtenhuber (künst./wiss. Doktoratsschule)



Mittwoch, 09.05.2018, 20:00 Uhr

Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten, Mariahilferplatz 3, 8020 Graz

Davide Gagliardi - Klangregie
Myriam García Fidalgo - Violoncello
Matej Bunderla - Sopransaxophon
Mirko Jevtović - Akkordeon

Werke von Gloria Amesbauer, Alyssa Aska, Artemi-Maria Gioti, Brian Questa, Sebastian Scholz, Alexandru Tudor Spanu, Ina Thomann und Andreas Trenkwalder

Eintritt frei


Open CUBE - Hörbare Ökosysteme

Donnerstag, 26.04.2018, 19:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Hörbare Ökosysteme

Lorenzo Derinni - Violine, Davide Gagliardi - Live-Elektronik

Agostino Di Scipio, Jorge Sánchez-Chiong, Daniela Fantechi, Maurizio Azzan, Matthias Kranebitter


Round Table Diskussion

Donnerstag, 26.04.2018, 18:00Uhr

'affairs with machines (and meshes of their aftermath)' - Round Table Diskussion mit Agostino Di Scipio, Lorenzo Derinni und Davide Gagliardi, moderiert von David Pirrò und Hanns Holger Rutz

Open CUBE - Tag der offenen Tür

Dienstag, 24.04.2018, 18:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Tag der offenen Tür, Werke Studierender der Computermusik

Arbeiten von Teonas Borsetto, Deok-Vin Lee, Antonia Manhartsberger, Brian Questa, Daniele Pozzi, Lukas Wegscheider


Open CUBE, Lecture- Performance mit Eric Per Nyström

Dienstag, 17.04.2018, 19:00Uhr

Open CUBE, Lecture-Performance von Eric Per Nyström "Speculative Terrains: syntheses of space in live performance"

Eric Per Nyström, Live-Elektronik


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Daniel Mayer: Matters

Dienstag, 10.04.2018, um 19:00h Lecture, 20h00 Konzert

CUBE Lecture und Open CUBE - Daniel Mayer: Matters

In einem Lecture-Konzert im Mehrkanal-Setup des IEM CUBE präsentiert Daniel Mayer drei neue akusmatische Werke der Reihe Matters. 

Klangregie: Daniel Mayer, Davide Gagliardi,  IEM

Gérard Grisey: " ... unser Modell ist der Klang und nicht die Literatur, der Klang und nicht die Mathematik, der Klang und nicht das Theater, die bildenden Künste, die Quantenphysik, die Geologie, die Astrologie, die Akupunktur."

Klang als veränderliches Material, es soll alles weitere bestimmen: Konstellation und Verlauf, sie mögen aus ihm hervorgehen, gleichberechtigt, denn ohne Entfaltung in der Zeit bleibt auch das Klingendste stumm.

Wie finde ich, was ich möchte? Gar nicht, denn ich möchte, was ich finde und suche, ohne zu wissen wonach. Es taucht auf und befragt mich wortlos, das Gespräch entspinnt sich im Experiment, den Algorithmen der Transformation und Organisation. Was im Ergebnis vielleicht, gerade noch, geht - oder, einfacher dann, eben nicht mehr geht angesichts dessen, was schon war und woran das Neue trudelnd entlangschrammt - das bestimmt eine andere Materie - ich - und auch wiederum nicht: bedingt und nur scheinbar privat sind Erinnerung und Entscheidung.
Daniel Mayer

Ein Konzert von GesFEMA mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Landes Steiermark, Abteilung 9, Kultur, Europa und Außenbeziehungen.


Beyond Cinema

Donnerstag, 08.03.2018, 18:00 Uhr

Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien (KM-), Burgring 2, 8010 Graz

Studierende von Marko Ciciliani, Gerhard Eckel, Klaus Hollinetz, Gerhard Nierhaus, Daniel Mayer

Davide Gagliardi - Klangregie

Teonas Borsetto, Christof Ressi - Live-Elektronik

Werke von Teonas Borsetto, Harald Günter Kainer, Jan Christoph Godde, Gianluca Iadema, Joshua Johannes Lilienthal, Julian Michael Linke, Christof Ressi, David Stockinger, Yulan Yu

Eintritt frei


Open CUBE - The Third Guy

Dienstag, 06.03.2018, 19:00

Open CUBE mit "The Third Guy" (Brüssel)

Primož Sukić - E-Gitarre, Game Controller, Ruben Orio - Schlagzeug, Game Controller


Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert BA und MA Computermusik

Mittwoch, 31.01.2018, 18:00

Open CUBE - Werke Studierender des Bachelor und Masterstudiums Computermusik

Studierende von Gerhard Eckel, Daniel Mayer, Marko Ciciliani

Werke von Benedikt Alphart, Gloria Amesbauer, Linus Müller, Korin Rizzo, Ina Thomann, John  Robin Bold, Teonas Borsetto, Gianluca Iadema, Antonia Manhartsberger, Jürgen Mayer, Sebastian Scholz, Alexandru Spanu, Andreas Trenkwalder, Lukas Wegscheider, Alyssa Aska, Brian Questa, Davide Gagliardi, Daniele Pozzi, deok-Vin Lee, Christof Ressi und Paul Wolff.


Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert

Montag, 29.1.2018 um 19:00

Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert
Semesterarbeiten des Seminars "Computermusik und Multimedia"

Studierende von Marko Ciciliani aus den Studiengängen Computermusik, Elektrotechnik-Toningenieur und Musikologie, die am Seminar Computermusik und Multimedia teilgenommen haben.


Open CUBE - Algorithms that Matter: Plausible/Unplausible

Freitag 26.01.2018, 19:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Algorithms that Matter: Plausible/Unplausible

Ron Kuivila, David Pirrò, Hanns Holger Rutz

Elektroakustische Arbeiten von Ron Kuivila, die im Experimentallabor von ALMAT entstanden sind (künstlerisches FWF Forschungsprojekt AR 403).


Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

Dienstag, 23.01.2018, 19:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

PPCM und Computermusik Bachelor Studierende der LV "Live-Elektronik" von David Pirrò


CUBE Lecture mit Andrea Valle & Mauro Lanza

Dienstag, 16.1.2018 um 19:00

CUBE Lecture mit Andrea Valle & Mauro Lanza

Shared practices between physical computing and algorithmic composition

Systema Naturae is a cycle of four compositions written for various instrumental ensembles and electromechanical setups. The workflow includes design and construction of electromechanical instruments, algorithmic composition, automated notation generation, real-time control of the setups and synchronization with the acoustic ensemble during the performances. These various aspects have to be integrated in a unique working pipeline, that has to be shared between the two authors, and thus requires to define communication protocols for sharing data and procedures. We will discuss these aspects and the integration required between hardware and software, non-real time and real time operations, acoustic and mechanical instruments, and, last but not least, between the two composers.

Originally an electric bass player, Andrea Valle has studied composition with Azio Corghi. His work as a composer is mainly focused on algorithmic methodologies, indifferently in the electro-acoustic and the instrumental domain, including automatic notation typesetting. Since 2008, he develops electro-mechanical, computer-controlled systems, built with a predilection for low cost, scavenged objects, that he used both as live instruments and as sound installations. He is a researcher at University of Torino where he serves as aggregate professor for the Drama, Art and Music Studies program (DAMS).

Mauro Lanza studied piano and composition at the conservatory of his home town. He completed his studies when he attended the annual course of composition and computer music from 1998 to 1999 at IRCAM in Paris. Tingled with irony, his compositions are the result of an ever increasing effort towards an intimate fusion of classical instruments with other less conventional sound sources: physical modeling synthesis, toy instruments, noisemakers, various specimens of „objets trouvés“ and custom-made machineries. He enjoys the clarity and the unhuman character of formalized processes, and works extensively with computer algorithms.

Together, they have composed the cycle System Naturae (2013-17) for various ensembles and electromechanical setups.



Open CUBE - Till Bovermann

Mittwoch, 13.12.2017 um 19:00

Open CUBE - systems ∿ encounter

mit Till Bovermann, IEM Artist-in-Residence 2017

A music performance lecture on aspects of dynamics, systems, and encounter, collected over five months at IEM Graz, incorporating otherness, live coding, and improvisation.


Open CUBE - Paule Perrier

Dienstag, 31.10.2017 um 19:00

Open CUBE - 24+1 of She

von Paule Perrier, IEM Artist-in-Residence 2017

Paule Perrier ist von Anfang August bis Ende Oktober 2017 Artist-in-Reisdence am IEM.
In dieser Zeit arbeitet sie an der Komposition "24+1 of She", die speziell für die Lautsprecherkonfiguration des CUBEs entwickelt wird. Am 31.10. kommte das Werk zur Uraufführung.


Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert

Dienstag, 27.06.2017 ab 18:00

Open CUBE - Werke Studierender des Bachelor und Masterstudiums Computermusik
Dr. Gerhard Eckel, MA Daniel Mayer, Marko Ciciliani, PhD
Gast: Franziska Baumann – Stimme und Live-Elektronik

Werke von Anna Arkushina, John-Robin Bold, Teonas Borsetto, Davide Gagliardi, Alexander Guza, Gianluca Iadema, Deok-Vin Lee, Antonia Manhartsberger, Jürgen Mayer, Daniele Pozzi, Anton Pyvovarov, Christof Ressi, Sebastian Scholz, Michele Seffino, Alexandru Spanu, Andreas Trenkwalder, Lukas Wegscheider und Paul Wolff.

Präsentation von Klanginstallationen aus den LV`s Klangkunst und Installationskunst bei Mag.a Veronika Mayer zum Thema "transformation of context" von Alexandr Guza, Martin Inderster, Antonia Manhartsberger, Jürgen Mayer, Andreas Trenkwalder, Paul Wolff,
sowie zum Thema "Interaktivität" von Daniele Pozzi, Christof Ressi, Michele Seffino.

Gemeinsam mit dem Institut für Musikästhetik und dem Zentrum für Genderforschung.


Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert

Montag, 26.6.2017, 19:00

Open CUBE - Konzert mit Studierenden von Marko Ciciliani, Gerhard Nierhaus und IOhannes m zmölnig


Open CUBE – Live-Elektronik

Freitag, 23.06.17 um 20:00

Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

PPCM und Computer Musik Bachelor Studierende der LV “Live-Elektronik” von David Pirrò


Open CUBE - Joel Diegert

Dienstag, 30.05.17 um 19:00

Open CUBE - Joel Digert 

Exploring the Extended Saxophone:
New works for Saxophone and Live Electronics


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Elisabeth Schimana

Montag, 15.05.17 um 16:30h Lecture, 18h00 Konzert

CUBE Lecture: Komponieren mit physikalischen Modellen
Open CUBE: Membrane

mit Elisabeth Schimana

Veranstaltet gemeinsam mit dem Universitätsarchiv.


Open CUBE - intra-sonic electronic duo

Donnerstag, 04.05.2017 um 19:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - intra-sonic electronic duo
With works from Marco Donnarumma, Enrique Tomas, Artemis Gioti, and Visda Goudarzi


Open CUBE - Reiko Yamada & Robert Huber

Dienstag, 28.03.17 um 19:00

Open CUBE - "Small Small Things: Music and installation for humans and Drosophila" by Reiko Yamada and Robert Huber

Small Small Things: Music and installation for humans and Drosophila is an interdisciplinary performance through which the audience will explore surprisingly deep connections with fruit flies (drosophila). The performance consists in an orchestrated combination of site-specific acousmatic compositions, a digital slide presentation and a series of sound experimentations with drosophila.


Open CUBE - voicesphere mit Franziska Baumann

Montag, 13.3.2017 um 19h00

Open CUBE - voicesphere

Solokonzert für Stimme und SensorGlove Live Elektronik

Franziska Baumann, Vokalistin, Klangkünstlerin/Komponistin

Veranstaltet gemeinsam mit dem Institut für Musikästhetik und dem Zentrum für Genderforschung.


VOICESPHERE steht für eine hauptsächlich improvisierte Musik, welche sich durch die klanglichen Erweiterungen mittels Live Elektronik und komponierten Fragmenten in neue Bereiche vorwagt. Im hybriden Affektraum von Stimme, Geste, Raum und Klang entstehen unorthodoxe Formen im Schnittpunkt von Stimmschöpfungen und deren Theatralität. Als Stimmkünstlerin und Vokalperformerin schöpft sie aus archaischen, experimentellen und stilistisch weitgefächerten Verlautbarungen der menschlichen Stimme. Bei der Recherche nach neuen Klängen, Stimmtechniken und vokalen Ausdrucksformen schafft sie als Sängerin und mittels gestischer Live Elektronik eigenwillige, berührende, singuläre Konzert-Erlebnisse jenseits jeglicher Stilbegriffe.


Open CUBE - Studierendenkonzert

Donnerstag, 26.1.17 um 18:00 und 20:00

Open CUBE  mit Werken Studierender des Bachelor und Masterstudiums Computermusik

Werke von Anna Arkushina, John-Robin Bold, Teonas Borsetto, Davide Gagliardi, Alexander
Guza, Gianluca Iadema, Deok-Vin Lee, Anna Maly, Antonia Manhartsberger, Jürgen Mayer,
Daniele Pozzi, Anton Pyvovarov, Christof Ressi, Sebastian Scholz, Michele Seffino, Alexandru
Spanu, Andreas Trenkwalder, Lukas Wegscheider und Paul Wolff.


Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

Freitag 20.01.2017 um 20h00

Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik
PPCM und Computermusik Bachelor Studierende der LV “Live-Elektronik” von David Pirrò

Studierende des Studiums Performance Practice in Contemporary Music PPCM  und des
Computermusik Bachelor Studiums spielen Werke für akustische und elektronische Instrumente.


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec

Mittwoch, 7. 12. um 19:00

Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec

Talk: Rhythms Of Presence
Performance: Surface Studies

Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec will present his artistic research project Rhythms Of Presence, carried out under the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme at Bergen Academy of Art and Design (2013-2016).
After the talk Sambolec will perform his piece Surface Studies.

Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Porträt Junya Oikawa

Dienstag, 8. 11. um 18:00

Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Porträt Junya Oikawa


Open CUBE - Music for Electronics Governed by Brainwaves

Donnerstag, 13.10. um 19:00

Open CUBE - Music for Electronics Governed by Brainwaves



Open CUBE - Every Move a Sound On the Intricacies of Memory

Samstag, 17.09. um 16:00

Open CUBE - Every Move a Sound On the Intricacies of Memory

Eine Performance von Gerhard Eckel, Alexander Gottfarb,
Anna Nowak und David Pirrò


Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

Donnerstag, 30.06. um 20:00

Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

PPCM Studierende der LV “Live-Elektronik” von David Pirrò

Werke der KomponistInnen Artemis-Maria Gioti und Joachim Heintz


Open CUBE - Music for Saxophone and Interactive Electronics

Dienstag 07.06.2016 um 20:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Music for Saxophone and Interactive Electronics

mit Joel Diegert, Adrián Artacho, David Pirrò

Werke von Germán Toro-Perez, Naoki Sakata, Takuto Fukada, Adrián Artacho,
Joel Diegert

Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Doron Sadja

Donnerstag 21.04.2016

CUBE Lecture um 18:00 mit Doron Sadja

"Mapping the Perceptual Landscape"

Open CUBE um 19:00 mit Doron Sadja

"The Gentle Caress of a Stone Wall"


Open CUBE - Interactive Electronics

Donnerstag 14.04.2016 um 19:30

Open CUBE - Interactive Electronics

MusikerInnen: Davide Gagliardi, Artemi-Maria Gioti, David Pirrò, Alexandra Radoulova

Werke von Werke von Stelios Manousakis, Dario Sanfilippo, Artemi-Maria Gioti und David Pirrò


Open CUBE - Susie, tell me a story

Dienstag, 15.03.2016 um 19:00

Open CUBE - Susie, tell me a story

eine musikalische Erzählung für Blockflöten und Elektronik

Susanna Borsch – Blockflöten

Micha de Kanter – Klangregie

In Zusammenarbeit mit dem Institut 15 - Alte Musik und Aufführungspraxis


Open CUBE - Semesterarbeiten Komposition Computermusik

Donnerstag 28.01.2016 um 19:00

Open CUBE - Studierende des ZKF “Komposition Computermusik”, Betreuung: Marko Ciciliani, präsentieren neue Werke.

Open CUBE - Kosmas Giannoutakis

Dienstag 26.01.2016 um 20:00

Open CUBE - Kosmas Giannoutakis

Verschränkte Spielräume


Open CUBE - Semesterarbeiten Computermusik und Multimedia

Montag 25.01.2016 um 19:15

Open CUBE - Studierende des Seminars “Computermusik und Multimedia” präsentieren ihre Seminararbeiten.


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Budhaditya Chattopadhyay

Dienstag 19.01.2016 um 19:00

CUBE Lecture mit Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, IEM Artist in Residency

"Object-disoriented Sound: Poetic Intervention in Listening and Meaning-making"

Open CUBE - Exile and Other Syndromes (installation for multichannel sound and modulated text)


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Aurélio Edler-Copes

Dienstag 15.12.2015 um 18:00

CUBE Lecture mit Aurélio Edler-Copes

In the Limits of the Sound

In this lecture, Aurélio Edler-Copes, composer in residence at KulturKontakt, will present his artistic research about time, motion, energy and physicality in the limits of the production and perception of the sound. He will establish some connections with visual arts and philosophy, as well discuss about these elements in the compositional process of Eclipsis, Infinite Walls and For Malevich, which will be performed by the students of IEM in a concert after the lecture.

AURÉLIO EDLER-COPES (Brazil, 1976). Brazilian composer living in Paris, Aurélio Edler-Copes’s works are knew for its radical exploration of the limits of perception and for its dramatic power. He collaborates regularly with prestigious ensembles (as the Ensemble Intercontemporain, Klangforum Wien, MusikFabrik, Quatuor Diotima, Nieuw Ensemble, L’Itinéraire, Mosaik, etc.) and has been awarded in important international composition contests as the ‘Roma Prize’ in Spain, being composer in residence at the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (2010-2011) or the Prix Georges Wildenstein of the Academy of Fine Arts of France, being composer in residence and artistic member of the Casa Velázquez-French Academy in Madrid (2011-2012).

Aurélio Edler-Copes is bachelor degree in Guitar (Federal University, Brazil) and in Composition (Advanced Centre of Music, Basque Country-Musikene, with Gabriel Erkoreka), master degree in Composition and Musical Theater (Hochschule der Künste Bern, Switzerland, with Georges Aperghis) and specialized in Composition and Computer Music (Cursus IRCAM - Centre Pompidou Paris).

From October to December 2015 he is Composer in Residence von Bundeskanzleramt und KulturKontakt Austria.


Open CUBE um 19:00

Live Elektronik

„Performace Practice in Contemporary Music“ Studierende der
Lehrveranstaltung „Live-Elektronik“ von David Pirrò

Werke von Aurélio Edler Copes und Nathan Davis

ECLIPSIS, for piano and live electronicsINFINITE WALLS, for violin and live electronicsFOR MALEVICH, for violin, double bass and live electronicsINTERFERENCE, video and tapeCIPHER, for cello and live electronics

Esteban Belinchón, Electronics
Scott Lygate, Electronics
Paula Hedvall, Violin
Jonathan Heilbron, Double bass, Electronics
Alexandra Radoulova, Piano
Stephanie Schoiswohl, Saxophone



Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Yannis Kyriakides

Montag 7.12.2015 von 10:30-12:00

CUBE Lecture mit Yannis Kyriakides (Königliches Konservatorium Den Haag)

“The Imagined Voice: Narrativity in new Forms of musical Multimedia”

Open CUBE um 19:00

Audiovisuelle Werke von Yannis Kyriakides

Live-Elektronik: Yannis Kyriakides

Violine und E-Violine: Barbara Lüneburg



Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Sara Pinheiro

Dienstag 1.12.2015

CUBE Lecture um 18:00 - Acousmatic Foley

Open CUBE  um 19:00 - ein Abend  mit Werken von Sara Pinheiro


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Steven Kazuo Takasugi

Donnerstag 12.11.2015 um 18:00

mit Steven Kazuo Takasugi (Harvard University)

"New Work: Samples, Samples, and More Samples"

A short Lecture and an Hour of Electro-Acoustic Music



Lecture - Performance und Workshop mit Ana-Maria Rodriguez und Eliav Brand

Donnerstag, 22.10.2015

Workshop und Lecture-Performance mit Ana-Maria Rodriguez und Eliav Brand.
Gemeinsame Veranstaltung mit dem Institut für Musikästhetik und dem Zentrum für Genderforschung.

Workshop 14:00
Performing Gender:how does a man pronounce „a“ ?

Lecture-Performance 19:00
by Ana-Maria Rodriguez und Eliav Brand (Berlin)

Sind weibliche Stimmen einfach höher als männliche, oder haben sie unterschiedliche Charakeristika? Lassen sich Klänge und musikalische Gesten als männlich oder weiblich interpretieren? Und worauf beruhen diese Unterscheidung?

Mit Fragen wie diesen beschäftigen sich Ana Rodriguez und Eliav Brand in ihrer Lecture-Performance, in der sie Klänge, Texte und Videos verknüpfen.


Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

Montag 29.06.2015 20h00

PPCM Studierende der LV “Live-Elektronik” von David Pirrò

Abschlusskonzert der Lehrveranstaltung "Live-Elektronik". Studierende
des Studiums Performance Practice in Contemporary Music PPCM spielen
drei Werke für akustische und elektronische Instrumente der
Komponistin Kaija Saariaho.


Sophia Goidinger:
"Frises" für Violine und Elektronik

Anaïs Favre-Bulle & Esteban Belinchón:
"Près" (Auszug) für Cello und Elektronik

Alexandra Radoulova & Jonathan Heilbron:
"Folia" für Kontrabass und Elektronik


Open CUBE - Klarinetronix

Dienstag 23.06.2015 20h00

Szilárd BENES - Bassklarinette

Andres GUTIERREZ MARTINEZ - Live Elektronik

Stücke für Bassklarinette und Elektronik von Marko Ciciliani, Raphaël Cendo, Csanád Kedves, Jose Hallac, Jorge D Vázquez Salvagno, Andrés Gutiérrez Martínez, Bálint Bolcsó, Péter Tornyai.

Szilárd Benes: Bassklarinette
Andrés Gutiérrez Martínez: Elektronik, Klangregie
Christof Ressi, Attila Máriás: Video


Open CUBE - Studierende Master Computermusik

Donnerstag 18.06.2015 19h00

Studierende des Bachelor- und Masterstudiengangs Computermusik (M.Ciciliani/G.Eckel) stellen ihre Semesterarbeiten vor

Es erklingen neue Werke für Live-Elektronik, Fixed Media und audiovisuelle Kompositionen von u.a.:
Jonathan Carter, Davide Gagliardi, Kosmas Giannoutakis, Artemi Gioti, Alexander Guza, Harald Günter Kainer, Christos Mavromatis, Anton Pyvovarov und Andreas Trenkwalder.


CUBE Lecture mit Alexander Lindau

Donnerstag, 18.6.2015 17h00 im Hörsaal in der Petersgasse 116

CUBE Lecture mit Alexander Lindau, TU Berlin - Audio Communication Group

Recent Trends in Mobile Spatial Audio 

CUBE Lecture mit Gascia Ouzounian

Donnerstag, 11.6.2015 17h00

CUBE Lecture mit Gascia Ouzounian vom SARC Belfast (UK)

From the Stethophone to the Théâtrophone and Beyond: Early Technologies in Spatial Audio

gemeinsam mit dem Institut 14

Open CUBE - loops and strings

Donnerstag 23.04.2015 20h00

Open CUBE mit Marco Fusi und Davide Gagliardi

Komponisten: B. Lang, A. Mancianti, L. Romano, Z. Baldi

The concert is spitted in two parts. In the first half we will present Bernhard
Lang’s DW 6a for violin/viola and audio/video loop generator (2006); thanks to the suggestions of the first performer (Dimitrios Polisoidis) and of B. Lang himself the piece will be performed again in the very place where it was conceived. The second half of the program will feature pieces of Italian composers (somewhat
connected with Graz - living there, studying there) for viola d'amore and
electronics; all these pieces are part of a project devoted to the rediscovery of the hidden qualities and resources of the instrument within the music of our time.


Mit der freundlichen Ünterstützung vom Italienisches Kulturinstitut Wien, IIC


CUBE Lecture - Viola d’amore and new music

Donnerstag 23.04.2015    18.00Uhr

CUBE Lecture mit Marco Fusi

Viola d’amore and new music

Viola d'amore is a very resourceful and valuable instrument in new music.
It's malleability leads composers to define the very nature of the
instrument in accordance with their research paths. It's an
undefined instrument, open to be moulded and shaped by each
individuality. During the lecture history, repertoire, technical
characteristics, and new approaches to the viola d'amore will be

Mit der freundlichen Ünterstützung vom Italienisches Kulturinstitut Wien, IIC





Open CUBE - Computermusik

Freitag 30.01.2015 19h00

Studierende des BA und MA Computermusik (M.Ciciliani/G.Eckel) präsentieren ihre Semesterarbeiten

Es erklingen neue Werke für Live-Elektronik, Fixed Media und audiovisuelle Kompositionen von u.a.:

Anton Pyvovarov, Paul Wolff, Andreas Trenkwalder, Alexander Guza, Christos Mavromatis, Artemi Gioti, Kosmas Giannoutakis, Jonathan Carter, Harald Günter Kainer und Davide Gagliardi.


Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

PPCM Studierende der LV “Live-Elektronik” von David Pirrò

Dienstag 27.01.2015 20h00

Abschlusskonzert der Lehrveranstaltung "Live-Elektronik". Studierende des Studiums Performance Practice in Contemporary Music PPCM spielen Werke für akustische und elektronische Instrumente.


Sophia Goidinger & Rosa Maria Soler Signes:
Pierre Jodlowski - "Dialog / No Dialog" für Flöte und Elektronik

Lorenzo Derrini & Sophie Pedersen:
Pierre Boulez - "Anthèmes 2" (Auszug) für Violine und Elektronik

Johannes Feuchter & Diego García-Pliego:
Pierre Boulez - "Dialogue de l'ombre double" für Klarinette und Elektronik


Open CUBE - Biomotions

Montag 26.01.2015 20h00

Open CUBE -Biomotions

von M. Romanov, A. Hoppe und A. Mühlschlegel
eine Abschlussveranstaltung des Seminars “Computermusik und Multimedia”, Studierende von Marko Ciciliani

CUBE Lecture mit Turgut ERCETIN

Dienstag 20.01.2015, 16:30Uhr

CUBE Lecture - Turgut ERCETIN (Stanford)

Icons of Sound: Exploring the Interior Acoustics of Hagia Sophia

Conducted by the researchers at Stanford University, the project "Icons of Sound" is a multidisciplinary research, in which the disciplines such as Art History, Acoustics and Psychoacoustics meet on a common research field.Studying the inner acoustic structures of Hagia Sophia, the peculiarities of which used to inspire composers like Dufay to compose pieces written specifically for the space, we aim to explore the modulatory aspect of the structure, and the way in which the singers used to interact with it. By doing so, the primary goal is toexplore Byzantium architecture from the perspectives of psychoacoustics.Furthermore, the project aims to reconstruct the inner acoustic structures of Hagia Sophia virtually. We aim to simulate the acoustic peculiarities in a lossless way possible as to the point of auditory displays. Accordingly sound separation and auralization play an integral role in this study. In order to separate the sound propagating vertically between the floor and dome from the sound propagatinghorizontally between the colonnades, we will be using a fourth order ambisonic microphone array, which we designed specifically for this project by means of 3D printing technology. In this talk, I would like to further advance the measurements methods we will be using. Correspondingly, I will discuss the microphone array design, from which we will infer the acoustic data, and its role in constructing theacoustics of the structure virtually.

Initiating Resonances: Deviational Scaling of Composed Acoustic

The experimental research behind Resonances was driven by the following two questions pertaining to the acoustic peculiarities of wind instruments: (1) Is it possible to design an algorithmic system to formulate various degrees of polyphonic correlations, which would yield multiple formal relations as a function of acoustic distinctiveness?; (2) If so, how perceptible would the resulting polyphony be? Focusing on the deviation degrees of acoustic properties, Resonances views the instruments as complex acoustic mechanisms.
Represented as matrices whose parameters are derived from acoustic
measurements, each wind instrument is defined respective to their acoustic peculiarities. Being identified as such, each corresponding matrix of data is plotted in a multidimensional space in which they are displayed as point vectors and named as objects. Geometric relations are devised to formulate formal structures by means of a “second order convolution system”. By doing so, the primary objective is to generate diverse and simultaneous musical structures from the deviation degrees that occur between these objects in the multidimensional space. In this talk I would like to further advance the discussion by comparing the outcome of this research, which is a composition written for ELISION Ensemble, with the methodology that is proposed.

Turgut ERCETIN (Stanford)

Open CUBE - o ire - Nick Fells

Freitag 16.01.2015    20.00Uhr

Open CUBE Concert

o ire - Nick Fells

“o ire” is a piece based on live manipulated field and archival recordings presented through ‘waves’ of spatialisation - inward/outward, here/there, through and between. The performance comprises a part-improvised exploration of the spaces and surfaces inherent in a collection of old vinyl and gramophone records, cross synthesised with field recordings and found sounds drawn from a range of locations in Glasgow and Scotland more widely. A sense of nostalgia and place is explored through old vinyl and the layering of fragments, textures and resonances.





CUBE Lecture - touch,device,performance - Nick Fells

Donnerstag 15.01.2015    18.00Uhr

CUBE Lecture

touch,device,performance - Nick Fells

This lecture considers the poetics of live phonography as a teasing out of the hidden voices of things and places. The incorporation of materials captured in the moment with non-archival approaches torecordings leads to a kind of performed media archaeology. As the ephemerality and uncertainty of sonic performance lends itself to the virtual or disembodied, the case is made for a physical relationship with sound and its devices taking centre stage.



Open CUBE - Composer in Transit - Juliana Hodkinson

Dienstag 13.01.2015    20.00Uhr

Open CUBE Concert

Composer in Transit - Juliana Hodkinson

Juliana Hodkinson

In many ways, Juliana Hodkinson's music marks a new departure for her generation in Danish music. Hodkinson's music deals with anything but absolute music; it is concerned with the way we act, as listeners, musicians, and human beings. It is about the context of the music.

These contextual aspects may be manifested in other media, such as video, theatre or film, or they may be located more ambiguously within the music, where silence plays a central role for Hodkinson, who has written a PhD thesis on the subject. On the one hand, the silence is part of the music, while on the other hand it is a contradiction that sharpens our senses as we experience the sounds.

Juliana Hodkinson lives and works in Berlin, Germany.




sagte er, dachte ich (1999) flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, guitar, viola, cello

When the wind Blows (2009) piano with solo toys and playback

Harriet’s Song (2001) singing viola and percussion

Prompt, immediate, now / very restrained and cautious (2013) clarinet, percussion, viola, cello, samples

Scrape (2009) cello, metal plate, electronics Music in Transit (2015) live improvisation, electronics with Danielle Sofer


Juliana Hodkinson

Danielle Sofer

Mina Fred, viola (Scenatet Ensemble DK)

Karolina Ôhman, cello (Scenatet Ensemble DK)

Matias Seibæk, percussion (Scenatet Ensemble DK)

Patrick Skrilecz, piano (Schallfeld Ensemble)

Petra Slottova, flute (KUG Student)

Myriam García, cello (Schallfeld Ensemble)

Renata Rakova, clarinet (KUG Student)

Ayşegül Koca, guitar (KUG Student)


Eine Kooperation des Institut für Musikästhetik, des Zentrum für Genderforschung und des Institut für Elektronische Musik und Akustik



Open CUBE - Dugal McKINNON

Dienstag 16.12.2014   20.00Uhr


Portrait Concert

Dugal McKINNON (Neuseeland), IEM Artist in Residence 2014


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture mit Ryo Ikeshiro

Dienstag 02.12.2014   17.00Uhr

CUBE Lecture 

Ryo Ikeshiro

Live audiovisualisation using emergent generative systems

Dienstag 02.12.2014    18.00Uhr

Open CUBE Concert

Ryo Ikeshiro

Construction in Kneading

Improvised generative audiovisual performance


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - cellomondo

cellomondo - Katharina Gross

Der Faszination individueller Vielfalt möchte die Cellistin Katharina Gross in ihrem Projekt cellomondo Raum geben. Aus dem Arbeitsprozess mit der koreanischen Komponistin Seung-Ah Oh, die 2012/2013 das Solo-Stück Persistent Memory für Katharina schrieb, entstand der Wunsch und Plan, mit vier weiteren KomponistInnen und deren KompositionsstudentInnen neue Stücke ins Leben zu rufen. Das Cello ist ein Instrument, welches der menschlichen Stimme sehr nahe kommt. Ein Instrument, das mit dem Publikum intensiv kommuniziert und daher die Individualität unterschiedlicher Komponisten besonders gut auszusprechen und zu transportieren vermag.  Kompositions-Lehrende und -Studierende aus fünf verschiedenen Ländern kreieren für und mit Katharina ein Konzertprogramm, welches sowohl in den Reichtum ihrer Herkunft als auch in die reichhaltigen Ausdrucksmöglichkeiten auf dem Cello eintaucht. Dies ist der Startpunkt eines Projekts, das der Vision folgt, sich über alle Länder der Welt zu erstrecken...


Johannes Kretz: like a painting (Cello und Elektronik)*
Veronika Simor: Imaginlo (Cello und Elektronik)
Dugal McKinnon: Fossil Poetry (Cello solo)
Jason Post: gelassenheit (Cello und Elektronik)
Aurélio Edler-Copes: La Nascita del Suono (Cello und Elektronik)
Seung-Ah Oh: Persistent Memory (Cello solo)
Christopher Wood: yikes (Cello solo)
Jakhongir Shukur: Aks Sado (Cello solo)
Artyom Kim: neues Werk für Cello solo


Katharina Gross, Cello
Johannes Kretz, Elektronik
David Pirrò, Elektronik
Martin Rumori, Elektronik

Dienstag, 18.11.2014, 19:00 Uhr Lecture, 20:00 Uhr Konzert

Open CUBE Lecture Konzert - Samson Young

Introduction to recent works and performance of "pulse radio II"

Samson Young


Composer, sound artist and media artist Samson Young will talk about his recent works, including the "Anatomy of the String Quartet" touring project. "The Anatomy of a String Quartet" is an essay on the potentials of media technology as tools for augmenting, extending and reconfiguring the musician’s body. The Anatomy of a String Quartet, at its core, is performance-installation with/through a “prosthetically amplified” string quartet. Each member of the quartet is monitored by a multitude of sensing apparatus, from eye tracking glasses to brainwave sensors. He will conclude his presentation with a 25-minutes laptop improvisation "pulse radio II."

Hong Kong-based composer and media artist Samson Young’s creative outputs manifest in a variety of media and across disciplinary divide. Honors include an honorary mention at the digital music and sound art category of Prix Ars Electronica, and a Jury Selection award at the 15th Japan Media Art Festival. In 2010, CNN’s global portal identified him as one of the “Top 20 People to Watch in Hong Kong,” and in 2013 he was named “Artist of the Year” by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Young received a Ph.D in composition at Princeton University, and is currently an assistant professor at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong.

Montag, 20.10.2014, 18:00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Komposition Computermusik

Dienstag, 24.06. 20h00 

Studierende des Masterstudiengangs Komposition Computermusik
von Gerhard Eckel und Marko Ciciliani 


Open CUBE - Kulork

Kulork - Kunst Uni Graz Laptop Orkestra

Leitung: Visda Goudarzi, Rebecca Fiebrink

Dienstag, 26.05.2014, 18h00


Open CUBE - Hardware Hacking

Hardware Hacking

Nic Collins

Samstag, 10.05.2014, 20h00 Uhr

Open CUBE - Joel Diegert

Saxophone and Live Electronics

Konzert von Joel Diegert

Dienstag, 06.05.2014, 20h00



El Gran Cabrón (2012) Germán Alonso (*1984)

Cipher (2012) Nathan Davis (*1973)

L'air d'ailleurs - Bicinium (1997) Fabien Lévy (*1968)

Senderos… que bifurcan (2002-03) Luis Naón (*1961)


Joel Diegert, saxophones

David Pirrò, live electronics


Open CUBE - Elektrichka


Jonathan Carter (USA), Takuto Fukuda (Japan), and Nick Acorne (Ukraine)

Montag, 07.04.2014, 20h00 Uhr Konzert

Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Harnessing Feedback

Harnessing Feedback

Stelios Manousakis

Montag, 24.03.2014, 19h00 Uhr Lecture, 20h00 Konzert


Open CUBE und CUBE Lecture - Sonification of Scientific Data

Sonification of Scientific Data

Studierende von Visda Goudarzi

Mittwoch 19.03.2014 17h00 Lecture, 18h00 Konzert


Open CUBE - Masterprüfungskonzert Computermusik

Masterprüfungskonzert Computermusik

Werke von N. Acorne und A. Gutierrez

03.03.2014 20h00


Open CUBE - POW Ensemble

POW Ensemble presents:

Strings Attached  - for harpsichord and computers

30.01.2014 20h00

Luc Houtkamp - laptop, live electronics
Goska Isphording - klavecimbel/harpsichord
Chad Langford - laptop, live electronics


KarlHeinz Essl (1960) - Sequitur XII for harpsichord and live electronics (2009)

Luc Houtkamp (1953) - The Snippits Code (2012)
I.  Chords and Harmonies II. Cycles, III.The Snippits IV. Echoes & Cadenza

Chad Langford (1973) - CLVRSTRND (2014) premiere

Jorrit Tamminga (1973) – Lilleke Spiekerbak (2012)
I. Part one II. Part two

All pieces (except Essl’s) have been composed especially for POW Ensemble.


Open CUBE - Komposition Computermusik

Master "Komposition Computermusik"

Dienstag, 28.01.14   20h00

Gäste: Bernhard Zachhuber (Klangforum Wien/PPCM) und Szilárd Benes (KUG) – Sensor-Bassklarinette (SABRe)
Anais Favre-Bulle – Flöte

Studierende von Dr. Marko Ciciliani und Prof. Dr. Gerhard Eckel.
Kompositionen von Takuto Fukuda, Artemi-Maria Gioti, Andres Guttierez,
Hyunsuk Jun, Harald Kainer und Lorenzo Romano.

Studierende des Masterstudiengangs "Komposition Computermusik" stellen
ihre jüngsten Arbeiten vor. Im Vordergrund stehen dabei Kompositionen,
die für SABRe geschrieben wurden. Die SABRe ist eine mit Sensoren
versehene Bassklarinette, die vielfältigste Verwendungen im Bereich der
Live-Elektronik ermöglicht. Sie wurde vom ICST in Zürich entwickelt und
dem IEM für das laufende Semester zur Verfügung gestellt. Bernhard
Zachhuber (Klangforum Wien/PPCM)und Szilárd Benes (KUG) werden diese
Werke zur Uraufführung bringen.
Auf dem Programm stehen neben den SABRe Stücken auch Kompositionen für
Klavier und Live-Elektronik und Flöte und Live-Elektronik.


Open CUBE - Computermusik und Multimedia

Studierende des Seminars "Computermusik und Multimedia" stellen ihre
künstlerischen Seminararbeiten vor.

Montag, 27.01.14   20h00

Leitung: Dr. Marko Ciciliani

Im Wintersemester wurden im Seminar "Computermusik und Multimedia"unkonventionelle Verwendungen von Aufnahme- und Wiedergabeapparaturen behandelt, die diese zu Produktions- und Musikinstrumenten umfunktionieren. Im Konzert werden praktische künstlerische Arbeiten zu diesem Thema vorgestellt, die Studierende als Seminararbeit erstellt haben.


Open CUBE - Live-Elektronik

PPCM Studierende der LV “Live-Elektronik” von David Pirrò

21.01.2014 20h00

Abschlusskonzert der Lehrveranstaltung "Live-Elektronik". Studierende des Studiums Performance Practice in Contemporary Music PPCM spielen Werke für akustische und elektronische Instrumente.


Diego García-Pliego & Barbara Gatschelhofer & Renata Rakova:
Germán Toro Pérez "Signos Oscillantes" für Saxophon und Elektronik

Barbara Gatschelhofer & Arnold Plankensteiner:
Natasha Barrett "Liquid Crystal" für Klarinette und Elektronik

Adrian Artacho & Sofie Pedersen:
Nick Fells "CoS" für Violine und Elektronik


Natasha Barrett

Werke von Natasha Barrett

16.12.2013 14h00


"The sonic cosmos of Annie Gosfield"

Werke von Annie Gosfield

10.12.2013 20h00

Annie Gosfield (USA): piano, sampler, electronic devices
Sofie Thorsbro Pedersen (DK): violin
John Popham (USA): cello


Annie Gosfield: Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites (2003, for violin and electronics)
Annie Gosfield: The Harmony of the Body–Machine (2003, for cello and electronics)
Annie Gosfield: Phantom Shakedown (2012, for piano and tape)
Annie Gosfield: Four Roses (1998, for cello and detuned piano)
Annie Gosfield: New Compositions for solo sampler (2013, UA)

Lecture und Round Table Discussion

Lecture und Round Table Discussion „The sonic cosmos of Annie Gosfield“

09.12.2013 14h00:

Schwermetall und Satellitenmusik. Die grenzüberschreitenden Klangwelten von
Annie Gosfield

Eckhard Weber (Musikwissenschaftler, Journalist, Berlin)

09.12.2013 16h00:

Round Table
Annie Gosfield (Pianistin, Komponistin, New York)
Elisabeth Harnik (Komponistin, Pianistin, Graz)
Deniz Peters
(Musikwissenschaftler, Pianist, Graz)
Danielle Sofer (Musikwissenschaftlerin, Graz)
Eckhard Weber (Musikwissenschaftler, Journalist, Berlin),
Moderation: Christa Brüstle (Musikwissenschaftlerin, Graz)


Lecture / Workshop mit Annie Gosfield

Im Rahmen ihres Besuch in Graz bietet die Komponistin, Performerin und Theoretikerin Annie Gosfield einen Workshop für KomponistInnen, MusikerInnen, MusikologInnen und alle Interessierten an.

06.12.2013 16h00

Sensor-Augmented Bass-Clarinet (SABRe) Konzert

Einführung Sébastien SCHIESSER (ICST Zürich): 

Sensor-Augmented Bass-Clarinet (SABRe) Konzert

17.10.2013 19h30


Konzert Matthias MÜLLER (ZHDK/ICST Zürich) – SABRe: 

Sensor-Augmented Bass-Clarinet (SABRe)

Werke von M. Ciciliani (UA), M. Schlumpf und M. Müller 

17.10.2013 20h00




Musikalische und kompositorische Anwendung der SABRe (Sensor-Augmented Bass-Clarinet)

18.10.2013 10h00 - 13h00

CUBE Lecture


Individuelle Praxis der Erweiterung akustischer Instrumente in den elektronischen Raum

22.10.2013 19h00


Lokale Orbits

Franz HAUTZINGER & Josef KLAMMER spielen Daniel Mayer

22.10.2013 20h00


CUBE Lecture

Interpretation akusmatischer Werke

Thomas Gorbach

08.11.2013 11h00

CUBE Lecture

Rolf Inge GODØY

Coarticulation in the production and perception of music&nb

10.10.2013 14h00


Studierende der LV “Live-Elektronik” von Peter Plessas

25.06.2013 18h00


Kulork- Kunst Uni Graz Laptop Orkestra

Studierende der LV “Instrumentalmusik und Live-Elektronik” von Visda Goudarzi

20.06.2013 20h00


Komposition Computermusik

Studierende der LV "Komposition Computermusik" von Dr. Marko Ciciliani 

18.06.2013 20h00


Marij Van Gorkom: Bass Clarinet and Electronics

Open CUBE Concert with Marij Van Gorkom: Bass Clarinet and Electronics

04.06.2013 18h00


Sonifikation - Sound of Science

Studierende der LV “Sonifikation - Sound of Science” von Katharina Vogt

29.05.2013 19h00


LIES (distance/incidence)

Dario Sanfilippo

14.05.2013 20h00


LAC 2013

Linux Audio Conference Open CUBE

09.05.2013 20h00




with works by David Pirrò, Martin Rumori, and G.K. Sharma.

16.04.2013 20h00


Contemporary Horn and Live-Electronics

Contemporary Horn and Live-Electronics

Sören Hermansson and Per Mårtensson

12.03.2013 20h00




Studierende von Peter Plessas

22.01.2013 18h00


Computermusik und Multimedia

Computermusik und Multimedia

Studierende von Marko CICILIANI

28.01.2013 20h00


Komposition Computermusik

Komposition Computermusik

Studierende von Marko CICILIANI

29.01.2013 20h00


Enrique Tomas

Enrique Tomás

18.12.2012 20h00



Artikulationen E

Frank Gratkowski

27.11.2012 20h00


Scott Wilson & Jonty Harrison

Scott Wilson & Jonty Harrison

30.10.2012 20h00

Program includes:

Unsound Objects - Jonty Harrison
Internal Combustion - Jonty Harrison
BEASTory - Jonty Harrison 
Gotlandic Miscellanea - Scott Wilson
Böse - Scott Wilson
A Graveyard of Unwanted Sound - Scott Wilson

Ressourcen: Programm


Lighting Design meets Choreography and Composition

Artistic direction & concept / choreography & performance: Veronika Mayerböck (A)
Hardware & programming: Simon Laburda (A)
Sound: David Pirrò (I) / IEM Graz


Translating Light and movement into sound

Bodyscapes_corpoPhonolux” is a multidimensional interactive installation connecting synaesthetically the visual and spatial sense with hearing. The basic idea of this project is the translation of light into sound – to transform what we see simultaneously in an acoustic soundscape.

The basic idea of this project is the translation of light into sound – to transform what we see simultaneously in an acoustic soundscape.

Bodyscapes establishes a tight link between body movement in space and light- and sound-scapes - the performer becomes “sensor” and interactive element at the same time. Along the dancer's body are 8 lightsensors installed, measuring steadily the various intensities and colours of light on selected points along the body surface (joints, head, torso, etc...). The choreography develops as the performer "senses" and explores this environment.

Each sensor’s output according to its particular “point of view” is the base for the composer for creating an acoustic landscapes which enhances the symbiosis of movement and light situations.

Loudspeakers are distributed over an hemisphere that surrounds the audience. Assigning the sound output linked with each sensor to different loudspeakers, sound can be composed spatially and the soundscape itself becomes a plastic acoustic illustration of the body in space.

The dancer is passing through different light situations which are influenced by several parameters: the way and quality of movement in space, the plasticity of the body and different lighting and projection ambiances by the surrounding structure. The sensors are measuring the different light intensities and colour ambiences along the body surface. Each sensor’s output according to its particular “point of view” is the base for the composer to create an acoustic landscapes following the symbiosis of movement (= several positioning of sensors in space) and the different lighting situations (=reference to surrounding space) as coherent "masters" of the composition.

03.07.2012 20h00 

Ressourcen: Programm

Komposition Computermusik

Komposition Computermusik

Studierende von Marko CICILIANI

Neue elektroakustische Werke von Nick Acorne, Andres Gutierrez, Bassam Halaka und Elisabeth Schimana u.a. aufgeführt von Manon Liu Winter

26.06.2012 20h00

Ressourcen: Programm

Konzert Studierender der LV Live Elektronik im Masterstudium Performance Practice in Contemporary Music

Alpha Activity

Abschlusskonzert der TeilnehmerInnen der IEM Lehrveranstaltung "Live Elektronik" von David Pirrò und Peter Plessas im Rahmen des Master-Studiums "Aufführungspraxis in zeitgenössischer Musik (PPCM)".
Elisa Azzarà, Ellen Fallowfield, Elena Gabbrielli, Helene Kenyeri,
Federica Ragazzi und Doris Segula spielen Werke für akustische
und elektronische Instrumente.
Andrès Gutierrez - "Minus - one"
Johannes Kretz - "Großstadtzigeuner"
Alvin Lucier - "Music for Solo Performer" 
Luigi Nono - "La Lontananza Nostalgica Utopica Futura" (Auszug)

25.06.2012 20h00

Ressourcen: Programm

Victoria Coeln & Marko Ciciliani


ChromoCube ist das erste gemeinsame Projekt von Victoria Coeln und Marko Ciciliani. Aus ihren divergenten Paletten mixen die beiden Künstler - live und notiert - Raumkompositionen, polychrome Unikate für diesen Abend im Open CUBE.  

In ihrer Arbeit verdichtet, konkretisiert Victoria Coeln Licht in den von ihr entwickelten “Chromotopen” (Lichträumen). In ihre Arbeit bezieht sie wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse ebenso ein wie emotionale Grundzustände und zwischenmenschliche Begegnungen. Basis für die aktuellen Visuals bilden Videoclips dieser Begegnungen im, ja mit dem Licht, fotografiert und gefilmt im Wiener Lichtatelier der Künstlerin.  

Charakteristisch für die Kompositionen von Marko Ciciliani ist seine Auffassung von Klang als nicht nur abstraktes, sondern als kulturell geprägtes Material, dessen kommunikatives Potential es auszuloten gilt. In seinen Werken kommt eine konzeptionell geprägte Arbeitsweise zum Ausdruck, in der Aspekte der klassischen Komposition ebenso zum Tragen kommen wie solche der Sound Studies und der Psychoakustik. Ciciliani hat seit 2011 eine Gastprofessur für elektroakustische Komposition am IEM und ist darüber hinaus Lektor an der Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien.


22.05.2012 20h00

Ressourcen: Programm

purple forbidden enclosure

Klaus Hollinetz

24.04.2012 20h00 - muss leider verschoben werden

extended fields

ICE - IEM Computermusic Ensemble

20.03.2012 20h00

Ressourcen: Programm

Konzert Studierender der LV Live Elektronik im Masterstudium Performance Practice in Contemporary Music

Konzert Studierender der LV Live Elektronik im Masterstudium Performance Practice in Contemporary Music

27.01.2012 20h00

Ressourcen: Programm


Michele Del Prete

29.11.2011 20h00

Ressourcen: Programm