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Apophatic Spectralism X
Event Title: ESSHM [AKOUSMATA 3]
Date and Time: 15/05/2021 (17:00-19:00), 20/05/2021 (19:15-21:20), 30/05/2021 (22:15-00:15)
Dimitris Bakas

Apophatic Spectralism X is a work based on a poem written in French by Soprano Nadia Fiorou. Originally it is written for Live Voice and Electronics but here it is presented for preRecorded Voice and Electronics. Without taking any consideration to the meanings of the words of the poem, the work is completely based on how the French language sounds, in the context of seeing the language and music as having the same origin (Les Relation entre la musique et le langage dans le chanson chinoise, Schneider, 1950). In this perspective, the electronics as well, take a step back and use sound colours and editing that reminds earlier stages of Electronic Music.

Dimitris Bakas
Born in Katerini in 1975, Bakas studied Composition with Theodore Antoniou. In 2004 he moved in London for further studies in Composition at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he was awarded an MMus and a PhD under the supervision of Roger Redgate. During his PhD he attended the Master in Electroacoustic Composition at Goldsmiths. In 2009 he was a shortlist composer at Sound and Music. For the academic year 2010-2011 Bakas was a visiting scholar at Columbia University in New York (accepted by Tristan Murail) where he completed a Post Doctoral Research. His music has been performed in the UK, Greece and USA and has successfully participated in competition and in residencies worldwide. He is also active as Sound Artist working mainly with Museums. He is member of the The Hellenic Electroacoustic Music Composers Association (HELMCA), the Contemporary Music Research Centre (KSYME), the Hellenic Society for Acoustic Ecology (HSAE) and the temp’Ora Project.

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