• Edith ALONSO (Spain) Composer, improviser, pianist and sound artist.

    She moved to Paris where she studied electroacoustic and instrumental composition and discovered the musique concrete with composers such as François Bayle and Pierre Henry.

  • Franciszek ARASZKIEWIC (Poland)

    Franciszek Araszkiewicz creates instrumental, vocal-instrumental, electroacoustic andaudio-visual compositions as well as interactive installations, in addition to conceptual artand film music.

  • BAO Yihang (China)

    a student of the Music Engineering Department of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music.

  • Bálint BARARTH (Hungary) Composer

    He studied at Széchenyi István University in Győr, where his piano teacher was Choi Insu. He finished his studies at the École Normal de Music de Paris as a student of Professor Erik Berchot.

  • Françoise BARRIÈRE (France) Composer

    Born at Paris on 1944 06 12. Classical training: piano at the Conservatoire de Versailles; harmony and counterpoint at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique, Paris. Less classical training: Service de la Recherche, ORTF; ethnomusicology at the Ecole Pratique de Hautes Etudes.

  • Pablo BAS (Argentina) composer, sound artist, sound designer

    Pablo Bas (1966) is a musician, composer, sound artist, sound designer, producer and university theacher and researcher. He is author of music and soundtracks for films, theater, dance, perfomances, web projects, etc.

  • Valentin BECKMANN (Belgium) composer

    Valentin Beckmann ,French composer and musician. At the end of 2015, while he was under Robert Normandeau’s guidance at Université de Montréal, Canada, he began to develop a live signal processing software for guitar which he regularly plays with.

  • Piotr BEDNARCZYK (Poland) Composer

    Piotr Bednarczyk was born in 1994 in Koszalin. Currently, he studies composition under Cezary Duchnowski at the Karol Lipiński Music Academy in Wroclaw. His works were performed at contemporary music festivals such as: Warsaw Autumn, Musica Electronica Nova, Listening Room or New Music Week.

  • José Manuel BERENGUER (Spain) Intermetida artist, founder of Côclea

    José Manuel Berenguer is coordinator and professor of Psychoacoustics and Experimental Music at Sound Art Master – University of Barcelona . He has been professor at several universities.

  • Chris BEVAN (UK) Composer

    Chris Bevan is a composer and PhD student at the University of Sheffield, studying under Adam Stanovic and Adrian Moore. His music often investigates the incorporation of pitch-based and/or harmonic structures in the electroacoustic sound world.

  • Daniel BLINKHORN (Australia) composer, sound and new media artist

    Daniel is an Australian composer, sound and new media artist currently residing in Sydney.
He has worked in a variety of creative, academic, research and teaching contexts, and is currently lecturer in composition, digital music and media at the Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney.

  • John CAGE (USA) composer

    John Milton Cage Jr., American avant-garde classical music composer, student of schoenberg, September 5, 1912 — August 12, 1992. He is best known for his 1952 composition “4’33”, which consists of three movements without any notes.

  • Aureliano CATTANEO (Italy) Composer

    Aureliano Cattaneo was born in Italy in 1974. He studied piano and composition at Piacenza and Milan and has attended courses with Gérard Grisey and Mauricio Sotelo. A recipient of several awards, in 2003 he won the “Comité de Lecture de l’IRCAM/Ensemble Intercontemporain”.

  • Paulo C. CHAGAS (Brazil/USA) composer

    Paulo C. Chagas is Professor of Composition at the University of California, Riverside (USA). A very versatile composer, Chagas has written over 150 works for orchestra, chamber music, electroacoustic music, audiovisual and multimedia compositions.

  • CHEN Si (China) Teacher of the School of Digital Media and Design Art

    Chen Si (Electroacoustic music composition), Teacher of the School of Digital Media and Design Art, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. Graduated from the National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts composition and composition technology theory, music production direction.

  • Marek CHOLONIEWSKI (Poland) Composer, sound artist, performer and teacher

    Head of Electroacoustic Music Studios at the Academy of Music in Krakow, as well as the director of Audiosphere Lab at the Intermedia Faculty of the Fine Arts Academy in Krakow. Founder and President of Muzyka Centrum Art Society and Polish Society for Electroacoustic Music.

  • Manfredi CLEMENTE (Italy) composer of musique concrète, field recordist and electroacoustic improviser.

    He graduated in Palermo where he studied composition with Emanuele Casale and completed his PhD in Electroacoustic Composition in Birmingham (UK), under supervision of Jonty Harrison.

  • Christian CLOZIER (France)

    Director of the Institut International de Musique Electroacoustique de Bourges/IMEB founded in 1970, missing in 2011. Artistic manager of “Synthèse”, Festival International des Musiques et Créations Electroniques de Bourges. Artistic manager of the Concours International de Musique et d’Art Sonore Electroacoustiques de Bourges.

  • Francisco COLASANTO (Mexico) Composer

    Francisco Colasanto was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1971 and lives in Mexico since 2006. He has obtained severals distinctions,ingcluding Ministry of Culture of Spain and Study of the Harvard University for electroacoustic composition.

  • Francis DHOMONT (France) Composer

    Convinced of the originality of acousmatic art, his production is, since 1960, exclusively made of tape works.

  • DUAN Reilei (China)

    Duan Reilei is a associate professor of computer music composition and technology at the Music Engineering Department of Zhejiang Conservatory. Duan Reilei has earned master degree from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

  • Stephan DUNKELMAN (Belgium) Composer

    Stephan Dunkelman obtained a graduate degree in acousmatic composition (1999) at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Mons Arts2 (Belgium). His music has won honours at a number of international competitions

  • Ata EBTEKAR (Iran) composer and sound artist

    Ata Ebtekar aka Sote is an electronic music composer and sound artist based in Tehran, Iran. Over the last three decades, he has published his work via established labels. In 2018, he founded a new label called Zabte Sote, which functions as a sub-label of Opal Tapes

  • Mark ENGEBRETSON (USA) Professor of Composition and Electronic Music

    Mark Engebretson is Professor of Composition and Electronic Music at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is the recipient of a Barlow Commission (for Bent Frequency),

  • Francesco FABRIS (Italy) composer, sound artist, producer

    Francesco Fabris is a composer, sound artist, producer, musician and engineer working with live electronics, sound and intermedia installations, AV works, and recording studio productions.

  • Ivan FEDELE (France) Composer

    He studied philosophy at the University of Milan, with E. Paci, L. Geymonat, R. Mangione and R. Cantoni. In 2000 he has been awarded the honour of “Chevalier de l’Ordre des Lettres et des Arts” by the French Ministry of Culture.

  • Feng Jinshuo (China) Composer

    Feng Jinshuo is a composer and a Ph.D. in China. His composition interests include interactive music, sound synthesis and design of data-driven instruments. He has won twice the first prize at the Electronic Music Composition Competition of MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING in China.

  • Gilles GOBEIL (Canada) Composer

    After studies in music theory, Gilles Gobeil completed his Master’s in composition at Université de Montréal. Since 1985 he has concentrated on the creation of acousmatic and mixed works. His compositions approach what is known as “cinéma pour l’oreille” (cinema for the ear)

  • Benoit GRANIER (France) Composer

    Dr. Granier studied at the Paris Conservatory of Music (CNSMDP) where he won first Prizes in composition (Gerard Grisey), Orchestration (Denis Cohen) and Music Analysis (Christian Accaoui).

  • GUAN Liqiong (China) Composer

    Guan Liqiong is a doctor of electronic music composing in the composing Department of the Central Conservatory of Music, a member of China Electronic Music Association, and a lecturer in the Music Department of Xinjiang Art Institute.

  • Ken GUBLER (Zurich) sound and computational artist and software developer

    He studied biology at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland, software engineering at the HSR Rapperswil, Switzerland and electroacoustic composition at the ZHdK Zurich, Switzerland.

  • Lars Petter HAGEN (Norway) Composer

    Hagen studied at the Norwegian Academy of Music, and has written instrumental works, electro-acoustic pieces as well as music for film and theatre.

  • Christophe HAVEL (France) Composer

    After studies at Paris and Bordeaux and a few summer courses (GRM, Ircam, Acanthes), Christophe HAVEL teaches composition at the Conservatory of Bordeaux and at ESMUC (Barcelona, Spain).

  • HE Zhengcheng (China) Composer

    She is a student of the Music Engineering Department of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music.

  • Kay HE (China) composer and video artist

    As a multimedia composer, she is very active in the music community. Kay serves as the Creative Director for Electronic Music Midwest (EMM), she is also the founder and Director of the Austin, TX-based Turn Up Multimedia Festival for Women Artists

  • Manuel Rocha ITURBIDE (Mexico) Composer

    He is a professor at the Art department at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana University (UAM).Born in 1963 in Mexico City, Manuel Rocha Iturbide studies composition at the Escuela Nacional de Música at UNAM. He finishes an MFA in electronic music and composition at Mills College.

  • Siavash JAFARI (Iran)

    Siavash Jafari was born 1995 in Babol /Iran. At the age of 11, he started to play Iranian instrument tombak. Aged 17 he started to get his first violin lessons.

  • JIANG Chenshi (China)

    JIANG Chenshi is a graduate student studying Electroacoustic Music Composition at Zhejiang Conservatory of Music.

  • Gregorio JIMENEZ (Spain) Composer

    Composer from Valencia (Spain), he was the founder of the Electroacoustic Music Laboratory from the Valencian Music Conservatory (LEA) and has been its director since 1995.

  • Pierre JODLOWSKI (France) composer

    A French composer born in 1971 in Toulouse. A pianist and saxophone player by training, Pierre Jodlowski holds a diploma from the Lyons Conservatory (1996). A pupil of Philippe Manoury and Tristan Murail

  • Elsa JUSTEL (France/Argentina) composer and video artist

    Doctor in Aesthetics, Science and Technology of the Arts at the University of Paris, Justel currently works as an independent composer and video artist.

  • Konstantinos KARATHANAS (USA) electroacoustic composer

    Konstantinos Karathanas is as an electroacoustic composer draws inspiration from modern poetry, artistic cinema, abstract painting, mysticism, Greek mythology, and the writings of Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell.

  • Igor KEFALIDIS (Russia) Composer and pianist

    Igor Kefalidis (Moscow, 1941) is a member of CEAMMC (Moscow) and OUSONMUPO (Paris). Graduated from the Moscow P.I.Tchaikovsky Conservatory as a pianist under S. Feinberg and Y. Zak (1966) and as a composer under R. Shchedrin (1971).

  • Panayiotis KOKORAS (USA) composer and computer music innovator

    Kokoras is an internationally award-winning composer and computer music innovator, and currently an Associate Professor of composition and CEMI director (Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia) at the University of North Texas.

  • Martyna KOSECKA (Iran) Composer , Conductor and Performer

    Co-director of Tehran Contemporary Music Festival Founder of Spectro Centre for New Music. She obtained an MA degree in the composition class of Professor Krzysztof Meyer

  • Eric LARRIEUX (Zurich) composer, electrical engineer, and creative technologist

    He earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Boston University in 2004, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering in 2009 from Northeastern University, and Certificate of Advanced Studies in computer music

  • Sergii LEONTIEV (Ukraine) Composer

    He received a M. A. in composition after graduating from the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine in 2015. He studies for PhD at the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine (degree thesis ‘Composers’ technologies in the music of Hollywood films’).

  • LI Junzuo (China) composer

    master candidate in Electroacoustic music composition at the China Conservatory of Music in Beijing, supervised by Professor Ping Jin.

  • LI Qiuxiao (China) Composer

    Li Qiuxiao is currently a lecturer at the ZheJiang Conservatory of Music. She received a DMA in Central Conservatory of Music. In 2014 she came to United State to study composition as a visiting scholar at University of Missouri of Kansas City.

  • Rafael LINAN (Spain) Composer, performer and researcher

    Rafael Liñán (Madrid, 1960) began musical education at the Conservatory of Madrid, followed by graduate studies with Brian Ferneyhough and Roger Reynolds

  • Theodoros LOTIS (Greece) Composer

    Theodoros Lotis studied the guitar, flute, music analysis, electroacoustic composition and fine arts in Greece, Belgium and the UK.

  • LU Peiyue (China) electronic music and intermedia composer and performer.

    Her musical creation and research focuses on electroacoustic music, data-driven-instrument performance, and audio visualization.

  • Chu-Huan Lo’s (Taipei, China) Composer

    In 1997, she graduated from the Chinese Music Group of Music Department of the Chinese Culture University, majoring in liuqin.

  • MAI Jiashen (China) Composer

    Mai Jiashen, a young artist and designer, is dedicated to the creation of sound image as well as the development of hardware interaction.

  • Ostap MANULYAK (Ukraine) composer, author of sound- and audiovisual performances

    1983 Born in Lviv. Studied at the composer’s department of the Lviv National Music Academy.

  • Edgardo MARTINEZ (Argentina) Electroacoustic music composer and university teacher

    Currently professor at the Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Santa Fe Argentina, in Electroacoustic Music Composition and Music Theory and Analysis.

  • Dariusz MAZUROWSKI (Poland) Composer

    Dariusz Mazurowski is a Polish electroacoustic music composer currently residing in Gdansk. Mazurowski is also active as a visual artist and as a journalist.

  • MI Wen Bo (China) Composer

    doctor of electronic music composition. Learn from Professor Zhang Xiaofu. Acousmatic music works “door”, “dust” and “dry city” respectively won MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING electronic music composing competition

  • Raúl MINSBURG (Argentina) Composer, researcher and professor

    He won several awards as a composer, being the latest the prize of the Government of the city of Buenos Aires (2013) and an honorific mention in the Prix CIME 2017 – International Confederation Of Electroacoustic Music.

  • Idin Samimi Mofakham (Iran) Composer

    Idin Samimi Mofakham has completed his B.A and M.A both in musicology and composition in Armenia at the class of Ashot Zohrabyan. He is a permanent member of Iranian Society of Composers and tutor of Superior Music schools and colleges in Tehran.

  • José López MONTES (Spain) Composer, improviser, visual musician, pianist and researcher

    His works explore the interaction between algorithmic processes, improvisation, electroacoustics and synthesis of video integrated in with instrumental composition and dance.

  • Tonalli R. NAKAMURA (Mexico) Composer

    graduated of the fine arts faculty of the UMSNH, specialist in music with new technologies in the fields: Acousmatic Music, Experimental Music and Live Electronics His Works have been selected in several festivals around the globe

  • Jon Christopher NELSON (USA) Composer

    Jon Christopher Nelson (b. 1960) is currently a Professor at the University of North Texas where he serves as an associate of CEMI (Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia) and also the Associate Dean of Operations.

  • James O’CALLAGHAN (Canada/Ireland) composer and sound artist

    based in Montréal praised for his “mastery of materials and musical form” (Electromania, Radio France).

  • Florian PASCAL (Belgium) composer

    Pianist in various groups, he moved in 2012 to a whole new way of approaching music: acousmatic composition. He joins the section created by the composer Annette Vande Gorne at the Royal Conservatory of Mons.

  • Aki PASOULAS (Greece) composer

    electroacoustic composer, Lecturer, Director of Music Programmes and Director of Education at the University of Kent in the UK. His research interests include acousmatic music, time perception, psychoacoustics and sound perception, spatial sound and acoustic ecology

  • Medín PEIRON (Spain) Composer

    Medín Peirón is a classical musician, disciple of the pianist Jean Pierre Dupuy, and a sonologist with a degree from the Superior School of Music of Catalonia (Spain).

  • Franco PELLINI (Argentina) Composer

    In 2011 PELLINI earned his degree in music composition at the Arts Faculty at the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (National University of Córdoba). Since then, he has attended numerous conferences, workshops and seminars on composition given by great specialists

  • Alexis PEREPELYCIA (Argentina) Composer

    His works had been presented in Argentina, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, England, USA, Portugal, Canada, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Chile and Ireland.

  • Jean-Louis POLIART (Belgium) Composer

    Jean-Louis Poliart achieves traditional musical studies in the classes of piano and composition at the Royal Conservatory of Mons (Belgium). His production goes from electroacoustic to instrumental field while passing by audio arts, soundscapes (visual arts exhibition, commemorations, and so on

  • Nikolai POPOV (Russia) Composer

    Nikolai Popov (born on August 30, 1986 in Belebey of Republic of Bashkortostan) is a composer, pedagogue, researcher, research associate at the Center of Electroacoustic Music in the Moscow Conservatory, lecturer of the Department of Music History and Theory

  • Elías PUC (Mexico) Composer

    Student of Javier Álvarez, Elias Puc was a fellow of the Program “Promotion of Ibero-American Music” (IBERMÚSICAS). He was also a fellow of the “National Fund for Culture and the Arts” (FONCA) and was awarded the “Investment Projects

  • Diego RATTO (Italy) Musician and a Composer

    He is a Musician and a Composer. He graduated from “A.Vivaldi” Conservatory in Alessandria (IT) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electroacoustic Music.

  • QI Mengjie (Maggie) Composer

    Qi Mengjie (Maggie) is a composer and multimedia sound artist. Her electronic music and installation works have been performed widely at international festivals, including ICMC, Audio Arts Festival, WOCMAT in Taiwan, CIME concerts, International Electronic Music Festival of New York, SEAMUS, ISCM, NYCEMF, SPLICE Festival, Cube Fest, SICPP and MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING.She is also one of the associate editors of Intelligent Arts.

  • Sebastian RIVAS (France) Composer

    Began his musical studies by learning the saxophone. Studied Composition at the Faculty of Music of the Universidad Catolica de Buenos Aires with Gerardo Gandini among others, and in Paris: First Prize in Music Analysis at the Boulogne-Billancourt Conservatory, Composition Diploma with Sergio Ortega.

  • Nicola SANI ( Italy ) Composer

    Studies in composition with Domenico Guaccero and Karlheinz Stockhausen and electronic music composition with Giorgio Nottoli.He is currently artistic director of Accademia Chigiana in Siena, president of the National Institute of Verdi Studies, Parma, board member  of “Archivio Luigi Nono”, Venice, artistic advisor of  IUC – University Concert Institution, Rome.

  • Giulia SARNO (Italy) Composer

    Based in Florence, Italy, Giulia Sarno is a music scholar, a member of the center for music research Tempo Reale and a singer-songwriter.

  • Ambrose SEDDON (UK) Composer

    Ambrose Seddon is a composer whose outputs include acousmatic music, live electronic music, and multichannel sound installation. His work has been performed internationally in concert and on radio, and has received competition prizes and special mentions, including 1st prize in the Klang! electroacoustic music competition 2014 for ‘Pellere’.

  • Edward SIELICKI (Poland) Composer

    Studied composition at the Music Academy in Warsaw (1975-1980) with Andrzej Dobrowolski and Włodzimierz Kotoński. In 1984 he continued his studies with Ton de Leeuw at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam.

  • Rodrigo SIGAL (Mexico) Composer

    Rodrigo Sigal is a composer and cultural director who works with new technologies, particularly in the field of electroacoustic music. He is also a full-time professor at ENES, Morelia since 2017. Sigal has been director of the Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts since 2006.

  • Igor C SILVA (Portugal) Composer

    Igor C Silva is a composer devoted to electronics and new media music, creating projects were performers, computers and many noisy and psychedelic things happen on stage, creating a multi-sensorial experience.

  • Nikos Stavropoulos (Greece) Composer

    Nikos Stavropoulos is a composer of predominantly acousmatic and mixed music.He is a member of  the Irish Sound, Science and Technology Association (ISSTA) and the Hellenic Electroacoustic Music Composers Association (HELMCA).

  • Jeffrey STOLET (USA) Composer and a Musician

    Jeffrey Stolet is a professor of music and director of the Intermedia Music Technology at the University of Oregon. He received a PhD in Music at the University of Texas at Austin. Stolet was among the very first individuals to be appointed to a Philip H. Knight professorship at the University of Oregon.

  • Anton STUK (Ukraine) Composer

    Anton Stuk – composer from Ukraine. From 2011 till 2016 he was studied composition (Igor’s Shcherbakov class) and electronic music (Alla’s Zagaikevich class) in the National Music Academy of Ukraine.

  • SUN Hua (China) Composer

    Chinese electronic musician, audio engineer and sound designer in China National Opera and Dance Drama Theater. Hua received Master of Music at University of Oregon in United States and Bachelor of Arts at Xing Hai Conservatory of Music in China.

  • Andrea SZIGETVÁRI (Hungary) Composer

    Associate Professor of Composition Faculty at the Liszt Academy, Budapest, Hungary. She studied at the F. Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, and then as a Fulbright scholar in the USA with Charles Dodge and John Chowning.

  • Todor TODOROFF (Belgium) Composer

    Electrical Engineer from Université Libre de Bruxelles, he received a First Prize and a Higher Degree in Electroacoustic Composition at the Royal Conservatories in Brussels and Mons.

  • Hans TUTSCHKU (Germany/USA) Composer

    Hans Tutschku was born in Weimar in 1966. He studied electronic music composition at the Dresden College of Music and, starting in 1989, participated in several of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s concert cycles to learn the art of sound direction.

  • Mauricio VALDES (Mexico) Composer

    His career has been settled around different sound-work areas with particular emphasis in electroacoustic and experimental soundart; as well on acoustic music and music education.

  • WAN Fang (China) Composer and a Musician

    Wan Fang is an intermedia composer and performer. Fang’s primary research interests are sound design and interactive composition.

  • XING Yinan (China) Composer

    XING Yinan was born in a musical family, began playing piano at four. He studied at the Central Conservatory of Music with Prof.His work “Brahma sound” was first performed at the closing concert of Beijing international electronic music festival in 2014.

  • WANG Xinyu (China) Composer

    Wang Xinyu is currently a lecturer at Department of Music Engineering of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music, Hangzhou, China.

  • Jen-Yueh HSIUNG (Taipei, China) Musician

    He is studying at the National Taiwan University Of Art, major in Chinese flute with Teacher Wu-Gong Lu.

  • YAO Zhimeng (China) Composer

    Yao Zhimeng is currently engaged in the development of creative programs in Hangzhou Pingic Culture and Creative Company, focusing on exploring the possibility of computer program algorithms in visual aesthetics.

  • YE Wan (China) Composer

    Ye Wan, a postgraduate student of recording art major in Nanjing University of the Arts, graduated with Bachelor’s degree of music communication major from Nanjing University of the Arts.

  • Thomas ZACH (USA) Composer

    Zach Thomas is a composer and media artist whose work is characterized by impulse and restlessness.

  • Alla ZAGAKEVYCH (Ukraine) Composer

    Alla Zagaykevych  is a Ukrainian composer of contemporary classical music, performance artist, organizer of electroacoustic music projects, musicologist.President of Electroacoustic Music Association of Ukraine (since 2010).

  • Konstantin ZENKIN (Russia) Composer

    Konstantin Zenkin born in Moscow,1958. Graduated from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.Vice Rector for Research since 2009, chief-editor of the research magazine “Nauchny Vestnik Moskovskoy Konservatorii”, a member of the Council of the Society for Theory of Music”.

  • ZHANG Yinan(China) Composer

    She is a student of Music engineering department of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music.

  • Lidia ZIELINSKA (Poland) Composer

    Lidia Zielińska – Polish composer, professor of composition and director of the Electroacoustic Music Studio at the Academy of Music in of the Polish Society for Electroacoustic Music.