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Past Events


PUBLICATIONS

2018  SONIC FIELD: WAYBACK SOUND MACHINE, A CONSTELLATION OF SOUNDING TIME

Publication of a collaborative piece ‘Changing One’s Mind’. Themed on time.
Link: https://sonicfield.org/2019/02/wayback-sound-machine-a-sonic-constellation-compilation-part-2/


INVITED PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCES, and AUDIO CONCERTS

2020  ART VOLT / ART VOLTE COLLECTION: SOFT-LAUNCH EVENT. [Virtual] – October 22, 2020.

Works presented: “DigiTral” by Matheos & Georgios

The Art Volt Collection is proud to present 7 video and sound pieces by recent Concordia Fine Arts alumni. These works were selected by our jury, Dr. Eldad Tsabary, Associate Professor in Concordia’s Music department, and Camille Bédard, General Coordinator at LA SERRE – arts vivants and Concordia alumni, to support the diverse range of emerging creative practitioners from our faculty. There will be a round-table discussion with the showcased artists.

2020  21st International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2020). [Virtual] – October 11-15th, 2020.

[Matheos Zaharopoulos was the attendee and presenter at this conference]
Piece: DigiTral featured for main audio concert.
Link: https://youtu.be/jk9pZFZmV08?t=456

2020  New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA)  SOUND TRAVELS #1

Included work (collaborative piece): Changing One’s Mind by Matheos & Georgios

The first of two online presentations showcasing works from the Sound Travels online album with the composers and sound artists on hand to discuss their works with listeners. The online album features fixed media works and live performance recordings on the theme of Transformation. A common thread throughout this collection is the use of the transformation of sounds through digital means to not only bend and change conceptions of reality, but to also blur distinctions for the listener between musical listening and imaginary planes of existence.

2019 – Montreal/New Musics Festival 9th edition (2019) | La Grande Nuit – Agora Hydro-Québec – Cœur des sciences – UQAM. Montreal, Canada.

[Matheos Zaharopoulos was the attendee and presenter at this conference]

Piece: ‘Changing One’s Mind’ featured for main audio concert.

“A night at the heart of sound, featuring 32 loudspeakers set up through the unique architectural space of an old forge. With the participation of singers and live musicians, discover the music of approximately 20 artists from the local and international scene.

As part of GRMS La grande écoute. Link: http://smcq.qc.ca/smcq/fr/evenement/41235/La_Grande_Nuit

2019 – BFE/RMA Research Student’s Conference – The University of Sheffield. Sheffield, England.

Piece: ‘Changing One’s Mind’ featured for main audio concert.

2018 – Visiones Sonora – International Festival of Music and New Technologies – Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts (CMMAS) – Michoacán, Mexico.

[Matheos Zaharopoulos was the attendee and presenter at this conference]

Presentation of ‘1953-Through the Dust’ which focuses on art as a valid scientific research method including documentation of the language, history, and acoustic ecology.

Presentation of a collaborative piece ‘Changing One’s Mind’ for an audio program.

2018 – Lecturers for Music History (MHIS 241) From Phonograph to Streaming, Concordia University-Montreal, Canada.

Lecture on historical relevancy to modern art and project creation through our piece ‘Changing One’s Mind’.


MUSIC RELEASE, COLLECTIONS, CD’s, and ONLINE ALBUMS

2020  DigiTral on BandCamp

Link: https://matheos-georgios.bandcamp.com/track/digitral

2020  New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA)  SOUND TRAVELS #1

Included work: Changing One’s Mind by Matheos & Georgios

Online album of electroacoustic sound art, the first edition produced for the Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art, featuring fixed media works and live performance recordings on the theme of Transformation. A common thread throughout this collection is the use of the transformation of sounds through digital means to not only bend and change conceptions of reality, but to also blur distinctions for the listener between musical listening and imaginary planes of existence.

Curated by Artistic Director: Darren Copeland

The Sound Travels Album is not available for download, however, you can listen to the entire album [Here]

Featured artists include: Barry Truax, Léa Boudreau, Matheos & Georgios, and other artists.


RADIO BROADCASTS

2020  Ralph Hopper’s Acoustic Frontiers on CKCU-FM 93.1 – Carleton University – Ottawa, Canada.

Piece: ‘DigiTral’ featured for a radio show.

2019  Ralph Hopper’s Acoustic Frontiers on CKCU-FM 93.1 – Carleton University – Ottawa, Canada.

Piece: ‘Changing One’s Mind’ featured for a radio show.

2018 – Sonic Darts Radio Show on Resonance FM 104.4 London

Piece ‘Changing One’s Mind’ for a radio show themed on mental health


ARTIST RESIDENCIES

2018 – 1953 – Through the Dust. [Artist Residency]

Invited to do research and create an art piece in relation to the 1953 Great Kefalonian Earthquake. Based at the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture, Kefalonia Island, Greece.


SHOWS

2019 – 60 x 60 Concordia supported by Fondation Evenko


PROJECTS

2020 – DigiTral

2018 – Changing One’s Mind

2018 – 1953 – Through the Dust

2018 – DreamLand


PRESS

2019 – SMQC | Montréal / Nouvelles Musiques 2019: La Grande Nuit

2018 – Anexartitos Blog | Ενα ντοκιμαντέρ εμπνευσμένο από την Κεφαλονιά του Γιώργου Βαρούτσου και Μαθέου Ζαχαρόπουλου


OTHER PLATFORMS

Bandcamp: https://matheos-georgios.bandcamp.com

Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/user/Matheos-Georgios

Last.fm: https://www.last.fm/user/MatheosGeorgios

Hype Machine: https://hypem.com/matheos_georgios

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2XvhmdXI1lCQpmxXoy1Xkw

SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/matheosgeorgios

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