Montréal (Québec)
Performer

The McGill Digital Composition Studio (formerly the Electronic Music Studio) were founded in 1965 to promote and facilitate all activities within the Schulich School of Music that involve the creative and applied use of music technologies. As such, they are a meeting place for students, faculty members, and visiting artists and researchers in composition, performance, music technology and sound recording. Activities within the Digital Composition Studios include teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, compositional projects, production of concerts involving live sound and electronics, creation/research activities (including those of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music, Media and Technology), and collaborative projects. Sean Ferguson was named Director of the Digital Composition Studios in 2003.

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