The Sonic Arts program at Istanbul Technical University’s Center for Advanced Studies in Music (MIAM) presents 'Surroundscapes' on May 12 at Babylon.
The Sonic Arts program at Istanbul Technical University’s Center for Advanced Studies in Music (MIAM) presents an evening of cutting edge electronic music: surreal soundscapes, other-worldly grooves, and ambient tidal waves of noise, all presented in surround sound for the first time in a major Istanbul venue. Music from some of Istanbul’s brightest young talents is heard alongside what might be Turkey’s (or even Europe’s) first quadrophonic DJ set.
Uğur Can Akkaya, İnan Al, Anıl Çamcı, Ekin Cengizkan, Mirko Ettore D'Agostino, Reuben de Lautour, Cihan Eren, Gurur Gelen, İpek Görgün, Sinan İlhan, Egemen Kanmaz, Sinan Kestelli, Zeynep Özcan, Görkem Özdemir, Meltem Ural, Elif Yalvaç, Okan Yaşarlar, Üstün Yıldırım, Can Us, İsmet Emre Yücel, Fulya Uçanok
About the Sonic Arts program:
Established in 2012, MIAM’s Sonic Arts program has staged a series of successful concerts and events since its inception, including a hugely popular concert and lecture by computer music legend John Chowning in 2014. In 2015 the program’s “Acousmonium” event, a 20 channel sound installation and performance in Istanbul Technical University’s historic Maçka Silahanesi building, attracted a huge audience.