Part of the 2016/17 sIREN seminar workshop series.

Postgraduate research, full-time/part-time.

The Music Research Seminars series is our main seminar series for research into the cultural, historical, political and social dimensions of musical life.

A breakdown of the core and option courses available on the programme.

Postgraduate taught, full-time/part-time.

We talk to Digital Composition and Performance student, John, about creating music for both acoustic instrumentation and live multichannel electronics.

Mikael Lind graduated from Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) in 2014 with an MSc in Digital Composition and Performance (DCP). Originally from Sweden, he is now based in Reykjavik, Iceland.


  • Saint Cecilia's Hall
    50 Niddry Street
    EH1 1LG

This concert involves contemporary composition, improvisation and computer music - all inspired by spiritualism in different ways. This ensemble performed (most) of these works by commission of Forfest in Kroměříž, Czech Republic in June 2018 and are invited to Edinburgh for this special occasion.

Since graduating in 2013 I have continued to develop my interest in collaborative coding practices, performing at various festivals and venues in Europe as well as leading SuperCollider and Sound Spatialisation tutorials at Reid School of Music.