Composers Forum is a cycle of music events dedicated to contemporary music, where well-known and rising young composers present their work assisted by recorded musical samples and live performances. These are followed by public discussions. Currently, more than 25 composers have presented their work during the course of the forums.
- "Ein kinderspiel", March 18, 1999
The pianist Reima Raias plays works of Kurtag and Lachenmann to the children.
- "Sweet Music", May 22, 1995
Concert organized in the frame of "Musical Investigations" cycle. The program includes works of Olivier Messian, Karlheinz Stockhausen, John Cage, Iannis Xenakis, and Claude Vivier. Works are performed by music ensemble "Actis".
- Marathon of Electro-acoustic music, June 1994
Electro-acoustic music marathon with works of Greek and German composers. The concert was organized by IEMA with the collaboration of The Greek Composer's Association (Enossi Ellinon Moussourgon).
- "Three-day seminar on Electracoustic Music and Concert", University of Patras, June 1-3 1993
- "Seminar on electro-acoustic music and concert", Patras Conservatoire, 1992
Festivals & Tributes
- June 21 1997 - Music Improvisation at the Roman Market for the celebration of the Day of Music
- December 1997 - "Iannis Xenakis - 75 years from his birth". An event dedicated to the work of Iannis Xenakis in the frame of "Thessaloniki Cultural Capital of Europe".
- June 1996 - Music Improvisation Festival
- October 1995 - "Walter Zimmerman" A two-day tribute to the composer. His works were performed by "Actis" music ensemble.
- June 21st 1992 - Celebration of the Day of Music at Zappeio with the participation of 15 music ensembles from a wide variety of music genres.
Contemporary Music Ensemble "ACTIS"
A 15-person chamber ensemble created by IEMA in 1995, specializing in contemporary and avant-garde music. ACTIS is one of the prominent contemporary music ensembles in Greece.
New composers present their work to the public
- Anastassis Fillipakopoulos
- Yiorgos Adamis
- Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri (see poster in Greek)