INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER MUSIC CONFERENCE 2013
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN FOR ICMC 2013
Registrations are now open to attend the 2013 International Computer Music Conference.
This year will see the conference held in Perth, capital city of Western Australia. Paper
sessions, performances, installations, presentation of spatialised works will all take
place within the Perth Cultural Centre, situated in the heart of the city’s cultural
district, The Cultural Centre is only a short distance away from the natural beauty of
King’s Park, the Swan River and some of Western Australia’s famous world class beaches.
Addressing the theme IDEA: International Developments in ElectroAcoustics, this year will
feature keynote speakers Agostino Di Scipio (Italy), Haco (Japan), Warren Burt (Australia)
and Alvin Curran (USA). The conference will open on Sunday the 11th of August and run
until the 17th with a lunchtime conference banquet to be held on the final day.
Register soon to take advantage of early registration discounts.
The International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) has been the major international medium
for the presentation of technical and musical research, both musical and theoretical,
interrelated to the use of computers in music - since. ICMC travels the globe annually,
and will be held in the southern hemisphere and Australia for the first time this year.
Please stay tuned to the ICMC2013 website as news, information and content is being added
The conference will also run concurrently with Tura’s biennial Totally Huge New Music
Festival, a ten day biennial festival which incorporates concerts, installations, master
classes, young artists’ events and free outdoor concerts.
For more information visit the Tura New Music Website www.tura.com.au
Please direct all conference enquiries to: Andrew Varano conference(a)tura.com.au
ICMC 2013 is presented by Tura New Music, The International Computer Music Association,
The Australasian Computer Music Association and Edith Cowan University and is supported by
The Perth Convention Bureau, The Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, The State Library
of Western Australia, The Western Australian Museum and the Metropolitan Redevelopment