SEAMUS Electroacoustic Music Month

The SEAMUS Electro-Acoustic Music Month is a world-wide celebration of electronic, computer and electroacoustic music which occurs in November of every year. A project of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States, EAMM has become an important event in the electro-acoustic community.  

Become a part of EAMM 2007 by planning an event and registering it with our on-line database. Events must be held between November 1 and November 30, 2007. Aside from the cost of the event, there is no charge to be part of EAMM. We have an EAMM-FAQ sheet for more information. 

Registration of these events will be available near the end of March of each year. Plan your 2007 event now and join the growing world community of electroacoustic music. To ensure listing on the poster, submit your event to the [EAMM] database by July 1st, 2007. 

To register your event for EAMM 2007, click here

To see the EAMM 2007 calender, click here

For more information see the EAMM FAQ sheet or contact Paul Rudy, SEAMUS V.P. of Programs.

History of ElectroAcoustic Music Month

In November 1994, The Society wanted to create a unique celebration for its 10th anniversary. A national day of Electro-Acoustic music was planned with twenty different events throughout the United States. It was a huge success, and helped raise awareness to electroacoustic music across the country.

To celebrate its 15th anniversary, SEAMUS decided to make this event an annual celebration, and invited SEAMUS members to create electroacoustic events for inclusion in an electroacoustic music week during the second week of November. Concerts, festivals, open houses, panel sessions, and lectures have all been part of the festivities.

Since that time, ElectroAcoustic Music Week has grown in numbers and scope, now including events in Canada and Argentina.

In 2000, the SEAMUS Board decided to expand the scope internationally, declaring November ElectroAcoustic Music Month. November 2001 marked the first edition of the month long celebration.