https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZxXCd31VW8 Born 14 October 1983 in Konkō, Okayama is a Japanese contemporary music composer.He is winner at NEW FORUM JEUNE CRÉATION by Institute Grame Lyon He had commission work for Saxophone concert for Champ d’Action, It will perform 2014 (at Continue reading Listen to Hany el Badry in Hikari Kiyama´s Konzert for Ney.
With backed venue, contemporary music celebrated a triumphal place in the Egyptian Culture life. Thanks to Goethe Institute and its project Carte Blanche that we consider a model that can be followed by many cultural organizations. Last November, the Project Continue reading Contemporary music celebrated a triumphal place in the Egyptian Culture life.
Øyvind Torvund: Neon Forest Space (2009) An open approach to the constitutive parts of a work of music is of fundamental importance for the Norwegian composer Øyvind Torvund (b. 1976). Listen to this extraordinary music on April 30th in Cairo Continue reading Listen to this extraordinary music on April 30th in Cairo – Øyvind Torvund: Neon Forest Space (2009)
Cairo Contemporary Music Days Festival – April 2017 The Festival will feature several Egyptian premiers, among those compositions are the Lithuanian Arturas Bumšteinas “Heap of Language” (2009), Vykintas Baltakas’s Music of Falling Sound for violin and electronics and the Continue reading Carte Blanche
Cairo Contemporary Music Days 2017 In collaboration with Goethe-Institut Cairo Friday, April 28 -19.00 Goethe-Institut Cairo 17 Hussein Wasef, Mesaha Square, Ad Doqi Music Talks II Dr: Doris Kösterke The Beginnings of “New music” in Darmstadt, Germany, after World War Continue reading Music Talks II The Beginnings of “New music” in Darmstadt, Germany, after World War II
The EECMS is very happy to start collaboration with renown German Magazine ´´Positionen ´´ in a series of Articles named Fremd(er)Sein, featuring Contemporary Music scene in some Mideastern Countries. the First publication in this collaboration was featuring Syrian Composer Hassan Continue reading About Contemporary Music in Syria
Rosilla Adel – Interview Q: Why do you think there are a few women composers nowadays? R: Women composers are rare and that can be because of the difficulty of such field and the same applies to male composers as Continue reading Interview with Young Composer Rosilla Adel – AYM Residency Participant
In 2013, a Thomson Reuters poll found Egypt to be the worst Arab state for women’s rights (http://news.trust.org//spotlight/poll-womens-rights-in-the-arab-world/). Just four years later, the EECMS has collaborated with the Women and Memory Forum to produce “Women Composers of Our Time.” This Continue reading “Women Composers of Our Time.” This landmark event is part of EECMS’s ongoing effort