Abstracted Journeys in Moscow – September 2017

Abstracted Journeys, a composition by Andrew Hill (Lecturer in Sound Design and Music Technology, and Programme Leader of the BA Sound Design programme at Greenwich), is to be performed as part of the 35th General Assembly of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music CIME, Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, September 25 – 28, 2017.

One of three compositions from the UK, Abstracted Journeys has been selected to represent the British Electroacoustic Network at this international colloquium.

The International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music (ICEM) was founded in 1981 in Bourges, France, at the initiative of Christian Clozier. Today, the ICEM consists of the national federations in 14 countries: Argentina, Belgium, Chile, China, Cuba, Finland, Great Britain, Greece, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and the Ukraine; and of member organizations (OIM) in 9 countries: CEMI-University of North Texas (USA), CMMAS at Morelia (Mexico), CEAMMC – The Centre for Electroacoustic Music of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory Moscow (Russia), GrupLac Investigacion y Creation in Bogota (Columbia), Hungarian Computer Music Foundation (HCMF) in Budapest (Hungary), ICST – The Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology of the Zurich University of the Arts (Switzerland), The Mnémothèque Internationale de Musique Électroacoustique MISAME in Bourges (France), The Orquestra del Caos of the Barcelona Cultural Center (Spain) and Spectro Center for New Music in Tehran (Iran).

Website: www.cime-icem.net

Sonic Interactions – Concert

Loudspeaker Orchestra Student Showcase – May 25th, 6:30pm

Students from Sound Design and Greenwich present their sound and audiovisual works on the Loudspeaker Orchestra, marking the climax of the 2017 academic year.

This is an opportunity for students to showcase their work to the public.

To join them we invite students from the University of Kent to present their compositions in a joint showcase, the first interaction between these programmes.

Tickets Free – available to book HERE.

Noise Colloquium 2015

(March 2015)
A two-day colloquium to exploring noise in music and art.


Noise as a concept that embraces the expressive, the idea of noise as a resistance and, through mutating repetition, a catalyst for creative production.

From this perspective noise moves out of the solely auditory register into a multisensory realm of non- representational logic.

The event welcomed international musicians and artists including Nicholas Collins from the University of Chicago, David Toop from London College of Communication, Atau Tanaka from Goldsmiths, Rie Nakajima and Dirty Electronics.