Boston University teams with IRCAM for new-music conference

Posted on: April 25, 2016

From April 25 to 29, the Boston University Center for New Music is presenting IRCAM @ BU CNM, a conference for New England-area composers, electronic musicians, researchers, and students. The conference is being held at Boston University and the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and is co-produced with France’s IRCAM-Centre Pompidou and the ICA/Boston, and will include concerts, demonstrations, and hands-on workshops. Presentation topics will include immersive 3-D audio technologies, computer-aided composition, and building performance spaces and infrastructure for spatialized music. During the conference the Boston University Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will perform a program of music by Schoenberg, Beethoven, and Beat Furrer, who is in the midst of a three-week residency at Boston University. Two other concerts will feature Boston-based contemporary-music ensemble Sound Icon in music by Pierre Boulez, Beat Furrer, and Tristan Murail, and the JACK Quartet performing music by Chaya Czernowin and Jonathan Harvey. For more information, visit

Posted April 25, 2016