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Workshops & seminars, Arts & culture

Open Workshops

Saturday, October 24, 2020
1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

This event is free



Welcome to the Music Department's Open Workshop Page.




Welcome and advising:


BFA Major in Music room:  Information for online video performance auditions.   Prof. Christine Beckett

12:00 pm – 4:00 pm (Preparation of online video performance auditions: 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00 pm)

Studying music composition at Concordia: Open Q&A with program coordinator Prof. Georges Dimitrov

From 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm



Prof. Joshua Rager is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting to talk about the Specialization in Jazz Studies.  

Information and drop in session. How to apply. Quick portfolio review for those who are ready.

From 12:00 pm -3:00 pm



Prof. Kevin Austin invites you to Electroacoustic Studies Introduction.  10:30 am


Meet with electroacoustics studies coordinator Dr. Eldad Tsabary. Information and drop in session, advising, portfolio, etc.

Performances/creations by EaSt students:

1. Le penchant des stones: A launch today of a film dance performance and outdoor installation by Lucy Fandel and Nickle Peace-Williams with sound by EaSt alumni Kasey Pocius.

Check out the live stream and join the discussion at 17:00

2. A live performance by EaSt alumni Kasey Pocius

EaSt Alumni Kasey Pocius will demonstrate their work with spatializations, ambisonics, spatial visualization, and VCV processing; generative music with Max programming; performance with gestural instrument T-Stick; and their work on Le penchant des stones with dancer Lucy Fandel

They will available in a breakout room on

3. Stacey in Hell:a performance by Electroacoustic Studnets: Tiana McLaughlan, Rouzbeh Shapdey,Xander Simmons, Valentin J Stip, and Miko Vachon Yassa

4. CLOrk 22h22: Concordia Laptop Orchestra collaborates with Ariane Moffatt at the Musée d'Art Contemporain, 30 September 2016, as part of Festival Journées de la culture

5. CLOrk believes in Spring: A collaboration between Concordia Laptop Orchestra and Gary Schwartz (jazz guitar), Tariq Harb (classical guitar),Michael Pinsonneault (Alto sax), Alexandre Paradis (Accordion), Corey Thomas (Double bass), and Aidan Baker (Video)

6. 60x60: A collaboration between electroacoustic studies, music, contemporary dance, and theatre students. 60 1-minute long performances sequenced into an hour long performance.

Lectures and training videos:

1. Open Workshop on Electronic Sound Synthesis from 11:00 pm - 12:00 by EaSt professor Dr. Ricardo Dal Farra

2. Soundwalk: be aware of and playful with the sounds around you:

3. Practice with Inner Ear

A sonic ear training tool developed at Concordia University's electroacoustic area and McMaster University.


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