Gaëtan Arhuero

Compositions performed at a concert FeBEM (since early 2019): Compositions Concerts  Itinéraires de l’oubli 2022.02.18 : Concert Ateliers des FUCaM (Mons)2022.10.07-09 : Autumn Waves More information on:

Gildas Bouchaud

Bio: Composer of electroacoustic music from Brussels. Besides concert music, he composes for theatre, video and sound installations. He is also interested in live electroacoustic music, notably with the André Curieux trio. (source: Gildas Bouchaud  – L’annuaire de l’acsr) Compositions performed at a concert FeBEM (since early 2019): Composities Concerten Crever la nuée 2021.10.01-03, Autumn Waves Festival (Project(ion) Room, Brussels) Entrave 2022.10.17, BOEM (Antwerpen) L’oreille au mur 2019.10.05, Electroacoustic White Night (Project(ion) Room, Brussels) Sous les bruissements 2022.04.22, ARTS²+BeFEM (Abel Dubois – RTBF Mons)2022.09.24, Electroacoustic Music Days 2022 (Corfou) More info:

Roald Baudoux

Compositions performed at a concert FeBEM (since early 2019): Composition Concert  Tympocaïne 200  2019.03.02, Project’Sounds (Project(ion) Room, Brussels) More info on Roald Baudoux:

Elizabeth Anderson

Biographie and other informations (CD, publications, …) See: Website of Elizabeth Anderson Compositions performed at a concert FeBEM (since early 2019) : Compositie Concert Les ailes de l’augure 2022.04.22, ARTS²+BeFEM (Abel Dubois – RTBF Mons)2022.10.07-09, Autumn Waves-Festival (Project(ion) Room, Brussels)2023.06.10-11, Chapelle de Verre de Fauquez Protopia/Tesseract  2021.10.15, Chapelle de Verre de Fauquez . . . and beyond  2019.10.26-27, Autumn Waves Festival (Project(ion) Room, Brussels) Ether  2021.10.01-03, Autumn Waves Festival (Project(ion) Room, Brussels) Les Forges de l’Invisible  2019 20:00 : Electroacoustic White Night Shimmer  2022.09.13, Tribute to Stephan Dunkelman Solar Winds 2019.07.27, Acousmonium Festival ( (Saint Petersburg, Russia)2019.09.28, EPICENTROOM (Saint Petersburg, Russia) More […]

Paul Adriaenssens

Biography Paul Adriaenssens was born in Antwerp in 1952. Paul Adriaenssens is completely self-taught. At 15, Adriaenssens started experimenting with tape recorders, concrete sounds and montages and taught himself to play the flute and other wind instruments. In ’75, he got in touch with the Studio for Experimental Music and became a collaborator as composer and performer. Between ’76 and ’83, he evolved from acoustic over electro-acoustic and live electronic to first analogue and later digitally generated and computer-controlled compositions. He experimented audiovisually with slide sequences since ’80 and with digitally processed video since ’89. Central to this was a […]

Joris De Laet

Joris de Laet was born in 1947 in Antwerp. Apart from some years of music lessons at the music academy (in violin and cello) De Laet was largely self-taught, and was mainly interested in the thought-processes of the avant-garde. In particular, the possibilities of amplified sound intrigued him, an interest that even led him to build or adapt his own instruments. In order to increase public awareness of the music of the avant-garde, de Laet set up the Studio voor Experimentele Muziek (SEM) in 1973. Under the auspices of this studio, he organised monthly concerts in various locations (the studios […]

Stephan Dunkelman – In memoriam 1956-2020

His acousmatic compositions are intended not only for concerts but for exhibitions (Charlotte Marchal, sculptor; Axel Miret, painter), for dance (Michèle Noiret) and for fashion design (Azniv Afsar). Collaboration with artists working in other fields, especially in the visual arts, has opened doors to the experimentation that has enriched and brought into focus the space that music should occupy; it has also allowed him to develop the imaginal qualities of sound material for his concert music. Stephan Dunkelman obtained a graduate degree in acousmatic composition (1999) as a student of Annette Vande Gorne at the Royal Conservatory of Music in […]

Todor Todoroff

Born in 1963, Electrical Engineer with a specialization in telecommunications, he received a First Prize and a higher diploma in Electroacoustic Composition at the Royal Conservatories of Music in Brussels (1993) and in Mons (1996). First researcher in the field of speech processing at the Free University of Brussels, he was during 5 years head of the Computer Music Research at the Polytechnic Faculty and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Mons (Belgium) where he developed real-time software tools for analysis, synthesis, transformation and spatialization of sounds, used by composers like Leo Kupper and Robert Normandeau. He collaborated on several […]