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Napoleon Electronic Media Festival

This event has been cancelled.

 

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The Napoleon Electronic Media Festival promotes new works of Electronic and Electroacoustic Music and Video Art. It is held at the Doudna Fine Arts Center on the campus of Eastern Illinois University

Originally scheduled for Feb. 9-10, 2022, this event will be postponned until a later date.

The Napoleon Electronic Music Festival (NEMF), named after Napoloen, the stray golden retriever mix who lived on the EIU campus from 1945-1960, and who was adopted as the school mascot, will consist of three concerts of electronic media featuring new media artists. All concerts will take place in the Doudna Fine Arts center, and are free and open to the public.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCEPTED WORKS

COMPOSER TITLE INSTRUMENTATION
Aki Pasoulas Wetlands 8 channels, fixed electroacoustic
Alex Tedrow Biff Baritone Saxophone and 8-Channel Electronics
Andrew Walters Volts and Kettles Moog Mother32 Synthesizer and 4-Channel Fixed Media
Austin Franklin Bloom Solo cello and live electronics
Benjamin Baker PRIMORDIAL alto saxophone and live electronics
Benjamin Damann Wax Phonetic Alto flute & fixed media
Cecilia Suhr The Fate of the Dollar Cello and Violin & live electronics & fixed media (both audio/visual)
Charles Mason Is There Anyone There Video
Doug Geers Stolen Blue Playback - eight channels (or stereo mix if eight not possible)
Dylan Findley Pa-Hay-Okee Bassoon and Live Electronics
Hong-Da Chin Darker than Dark Clarinet and electronics
Kristina Warren Eight Paces fixed electroacoustic audio+video
Leah Reid Reverie 8 channel fixed media
Lidia Zielinska The Eighth Island 8-channel acousmatic
Matteo Tundo Genesi Astratta fixed media 8 channels
Michael Boyd another one fixed multichannel electroacoustic (2, 4, or 8 channels)
Michael Rhoades Bending Glass Walls Fixed Media
Michele Cheng Doyennes' Diaries Custom Instrument
Mike McFerron Transition and Apotheosis Fixed Media Audio
Nikos Stavropoulos Claustro Acousmatic
Robert Fleisher Loretto Alfresco Fixed Media
Robert McClure in excess 8.1 Fixed media
Ryan Olivier Partial Decisions for interactive multimedia
Ryne Siesky ...grind... 8.1 fixed media
Sever Tipei Ghioc Saxophone
Travis Garrison Wave Trains Piano plus live electronics

 

 

Submissions:

Deadline: November 1, 2021 

Eastern Illinois University is pleased to announce a call for works for the 2022 Napoleon Electronic Media Festival. The festival will be held at Doudna Fine Arts Center on the campus of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois, February 9-10, 2022. 

Composers may submit one work for consideration. Works that are no more than 15 minutes in duration will have the best chance of being programmed. Links to recordings (and scores if applicable) should be submitted online only via the Napoleon Electronic Media Festival conference website. All composers will be notified about the acceptance status of their submission no later than December 1, 2021. Accepted composers must RSVP by December 15, 2021.

Our facilities will accommodate the presentation of digital media (video and/or audio for  up to 8.1 channels) and live performer(s). We cannot provide performers, but we encourage composers to provide their own if they so choose.

Submitted works can fit into any of these categories: 

  1. Fixed Electroacoustic Music and/or Video: Compositions for fixed digital video and/or audio for up to 8.1 channels. Attendance at the festival is not required (but welcomed).
  2. Interactive Electroacoustic Music and/or Video: Compositions for performer(s) and live processing of video and/or audio for up to 8.1 channels. Composer MUST attend and provide a performer if accepted.

Composers who are selected are only required to attend if their submission requires a live performer, which they must provide. However, all accepted artists are welcome to attend if possible. Regrettably, EIU is not able to offer travel stipends or honorariums to festival participants. 

(In accordinace with official CDC guidelines, all fully vaccinated and unvaccinated patrons of Douda Fine Arts Center on the EIU campus are required to wear a masks within the Dounda Fine Arts Center at all times.)

 

SUBMISSION FORM

 

Contact Dr. Brad Decker with any questions

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Contact Information

Music Department

Doudna Fine Arts Center
600 Lincoln Ave.
Charleston, IL 61920
217-581-3010
music@eiu.edu


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