residencies for electronic music artists in Cyprus 2019 announced

We are happy to announce the 2019 recipients of the EUC Residencies:

Ann Warde, an independent composer, sound artist, and researcher.

Her experimental projects are frequently informed by her previous scientific work with whale sounds as an analyst and programmer at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Her work has been recognized by a 2015-16 Fulbright Scholar award at the University of York’s Contemporary Music Research Centre, a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship at Cornell, through multiple artist residencies and performance grants, and by the West German Radio’s Forum for Young Composers. Ann’s compositions are published by Material Press; Dawn’s Chorus appears on the Leonardo Music Journal #22 CD.
Ann’w work website: 

Enrico Bertelli, performer, teacher and researcher.
"I founded Conductive Music CIC in 2012 to support young people in the creation and performance of their own music. We now deliver STEM-focused projects for youth engagement in the UK and internationally. Our methods are based in educational theory and feedback from young people, specialist teachers and SEN coordinators. We started with 200 students; now we reach out to 1.5k+ each year. We use free and open source technology and provide support for students of all ages, as well as teachers and creative practitioners. We collect and analyse feedback from all stakeholders, and share our analysis through articles, papers and conferences, for others to build upon. Here’s our latest video, based on a Bronze Art Award named Create:"

The above artists will be returning to Cyprus in 2019 to expand upon their work in Nicosia and develop their work and research in Cyprus further and engage even more effectively with the local audiences. Stay tuned !

July 2019
Nicosia, Cyprus

Read more about the euc residencies for electronic music artists HERE.

organised by:
European University Cyprus