Projects

2008 performance.

2008 performance.

International Electroacoustic Music Festival

Every year, composers from New York and around the world gather for the concerts of the International Electroacoustic Music Festival, directed by Professor George Brunner.

Symposium on Electroacoustic Performance (SEMP)

In 2012, the Symposium on Electroacoustic Performance (SEMP) gathered composers and performers together to investigate and discuss innovotive ideas in live performance of music with electronics. 

Brooklyn Electronic Ensemble (BEE)

The BC-CCM electroacoustic ensemble, now informally known as BEE, is composed of faculty and students and performs publicly twice or more per semester. Students design their own instruments and are able to compose works for the ensemble.

CD Series

For numerous years, the BC-CCM released a CD of music composed by its faculty and students every year. This program has been on hiatus but will likely return as an Internet production. This project is led by Professor George Brunner.

Guest Artist Series

The BC-CCM brings composers and performers of electronic and computer music to campus several times each semester to discuss their work, often in conjunction with performances. Suggestions for future guests may be submitted to Associate Professor Doug Geers.

Artists-in-Residence

Both PIMA and the BC-CCM host artists-in-residence. For 2010–11, the BC-CCM artist-in-residence was R. Luke Dubois. For 2009–10, the PIMA artists-in-residence was Evidence, a collaborative duo composed of Stephan Moore and Scott Smallwood.

Performances

Each semester students of the BC-CCM and PIMA program present their work to the public, both on and off campus, including performances by the electroacoustic ensemble and by students from our courses. Please see our news and events page for recent and upcoming performance dates and locations.