Past Events


PUBLICATIONS

2020 Proceedings of the 17th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC 2020), Torino, June 24th – 26th 2020

Varoutsos, G., 2020. Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial audio representation of Divided Spaces and soundwalks, in: Proceedings of the 17th Sound and Music Computing Conference, Torino, June 24th – 26th 2020. Presented at the Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC 2020), Zenodo, pp. 123–130. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3898717

2018 SONIC FIELD: WAYBACK SOUND MACHINE, A CONSTELLATION OF SOUNDING TIME

[Part of artist group collaboration: Matheos & Georgios ]

Publication of a collaborative piece ‘Changing One’s Mind’. Themed on time.
Link: https://sonicfield.org/2019/02/wayback-sound-machine-a-sonic-constellation-compilation-part-2/


AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS, BURSARIES, HONOURS, AND GRANTS

2019 Awarded with Degree Plus Route A & B from Queen’s University Belfast:

Accreditation from the University for completing extra-curricular work-related learning alongside their degree. This includes: OnCampus Jobs, Master Your Leadership Skills, Volunteering, AHSS Placement Bursary Language Course, and Active Member of a Society.

2019 AHSS Placement Bursary from Queen’s University Belfast

Our Work Placement Bursary for students studying in Arts, Humanities and Social Science seeks to provide support for students planning to undertake a paid or unpaid work placement lasting longer than two weeks.

2019 Sir Hamilton Harty Scholarships from Queen’s University Belfast

Awarded to enable PGT students on any Music pathway to travel within the continent of Europe during the long vacation in pursuit of their music studies.

2018 International Office Postgraduate Taught Scholarship from Queen’s University Belfast

Awarded to international fee rate students beginning their full-time studies at Queen’s University Belfast

2018 Douglas C Harrison bursary from Queen’s University Belfast

Allocated annually to the top Master’s in Research applicants in Music

2017 AH and FB Austin Award in Electroacoustics from Concordia University

The highest award that is given in the Electroacoustic Studies program.

2017 – Canada Council for the Arts- Arts Abroad Travel Program

Used for travel and presentation at klingt gut! International Symposium on Sound- Hamburg, Germany.

2017 – Council of Arts and Letters of Quebec- Scholarship Program for Professional Artists Travel

Used for travel and presentation at NYCEMF | New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival 2017- New York City, USA.

2017 – LOGIQ Travel Grant – Professional Development

Used for masterclass on Exploring Spatial Awareness and project creation in Kefalonia, Greece.

2017 – Concordia University – Fine Arts – Student Travel Grants

Used for Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium (TIES) Concert #4 – Toronto, Canada.


INVITED PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCES, FESTIVALS, and AUDIO CONCERTS

2020  PITEÅ PERFORMING ARTS BIENNIAL 2020 | ECOLOGY, SITE AND PLACE. [Virtual] – October 26-27, 2020.

Presentation on my research of ‘Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial Audio Representation of Divided Spaces and Soundwalks’.

Piteå Performing Arts Biennial seeks new formats for the performing arts to engage in societal issues. The first edition—postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic—focuses on ecological perspectives, and further seeks engagement in questions related to site and place.

2020  ART VOLT / ART VOLTE COLLECTION: SOFT-LAUNCH EVENT. [Virtual] – October 22, 2020.

Works presented: “Divided Spaces” by Georgios Varoutsos and “DigiTral” by Matheos & Georgios

The Art Volt Collection is proud to present 7 video and sound pieces by recent Concordia Fine Arts alumni. These works were selected by our jury, Dr. Eldad Tsabary, Associate Professor in Concordia’s Music department, and Camille Bédard, General Coordinator at LA SERRE – arts vivants and Concordia alumni, to support the diverse range of emerging creative practitioners from our faculty. There will be a round-table discussion with the showcased artists.

2020  21st International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2020). [Virtual] – October 11-15th, 2020.

[Matheos Zaharopoulos was the attendee and presenter at this conference]

Piece: DigiTral by Matheos & Georgios featured for main audio concert.

2020  Online research presentations by PhD and MRes students at Sonic Arts Research Centre. [Virtual] – September 9 and 17, 2020.

Presentation on current Covid-19 research projects.
8 researchers at Sonic Arts Research Centre share their current practice-led research during two online sessions.

2020 56th Royal Musical Association (RMA) Annual Conference alongside the British Forum for Ethnomusicology, Cambridge University Press, and Goldsmiths, University of London. September 8 – 10, 2020.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Divided Spaces’ for a Sound Art program.

The Association aims to sustain and enhance musical culture in the United Kingdom, while liaising with other subject organizations at home and abroad where appropriate and recognizing outstanding scholarly and creative achievement by individuals worldwide. It further aims to support the education and training of emerging scholars and practitioners.

2020 New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) SOUND TRAVELS #1. [Virtual]. August 15, 2020.

Included work (collaborative piece): Changing One’s Mind by Matheos & Georgios

The first of two online presentations showcasing works from the Sound Travels online album with the composers and sound artists on hand to discuss their works with listeners. The online album features fixed media works and live performance recordings on the theme of Transformation. A common thread throughout this collection is the use of the transformation of sounds through digital means to not only bend and change conceptions of reality, but to also blur distinctions for the listener between musical listening and imaginary planes of existence.

2020 Walkshops Drifting Bodies/Fluent Spaces em GUIMARÃES. [Virtual]. July 22 – 24, 2020.

Presentation on my research of ‘Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial Audio Representation of Divided Spaces and Soundwalks’.

Drifting bodies/ fluent spaces is an international meeting/conference on walking arts in relation to the liquid bodies that cross the landscape. Focusing on intermedia and embodied practices, the project enables a site-specific creation-research laboratory about the relations between walks and dérives, sounds and silences, void and occupied places, digital and bodily spaces, and their walking narrations and translations.
The aim is to generate and share collective experiences and documentation of the diverse processes within urban landscapes and the urban setting of Guimarães in particular. The project intends to explore critically how bodies and new technologies work together to produce new practices and narrations of public space and movement. Special attention will be placed on the exploration of the city which draws our attention to people’s everyday actions and negotiations of city spaces revealing the potentiality of space.

2020 Australasian Computer Music Conference (ACMC 2020).[VIRTUAL]. July 3-11, 2020.

1- Poster Presentation on my research of ‘Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial Audio Representation of Divided Spaces and Soundwalks’.

2- Presentation of my audio piece ‘Divided Spaces’ for an audio program.

ACMC is a place to show and discuss research and artistic progress in computer/electronic music. It’s a festival of performances, installations, workshops, and tutorials that inspire, challenge, and showcase our community. This year’s conference theme is inclusion.

2020 Audio Testimonies Symposium. [VIRTUAL]. organized in collaboration between Bournemouth University and CRiSAP. July 2-3, 2020.

Virtual Poster Presentation on my research of ‘Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial Audio Representation of Divided Spaces and Soundwalks’

Workshop participation with groups of 5 members exploring the topic of ‘Audio Testimonies’ within artistic research and practice.

This symposium considers the place of Audio Testimony in artistic practice, and will explore the ways in which artists use sound to enable new forms of testimony, and create new artistic configurations, which engage public consciousness.

2020 The 17th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC 2020). [VIRTUAL]. Torino, Italy. June 24-26, 2020.

Virtual Poster Presentation on my research of ‘Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial Audio Representation of Divided Spaces and Soundwalks’

Main theme of Conference This year’s featured topic is Imaging Sound.
However, SMC 2020 also examines all the core topics of the Sound and Music Computing field

2020 Sensing Divisions Conference. [VIRTUAL]. Queen’s University Belfast. Belfast, Northern Ireland. May 21-22, 2020.

Presentation on my research of ‘Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial Audio Representation of Divided Spaces and Soundwalks’

Main theme of Conference Sensing Divisions: Exploring Affective Dynamics Across Disciplines

2019 – Ecos Urbanos – Festival De Arte Sonoro Y Transmedia – Mexico City, Mexico. November 7, 2019.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Divided Spaces’ for an audio program.

2019 Sharing Space II Symposium 2019 – Belfast, Northern Ireland. June 14, 2019.

Presentation on my research of ‘Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial Audio Representation of Divided Spaces and Soundwalks’

Main theme of Symposium Practice as Research symposium at Queen’s University Belfast

2018 Visiones Sonora – International Festival of Music and New Technologies – Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts (CMMAS) – Michoacán, Mexico.

[Matheos Zaharopoulos was the attendee and presenter at this conference]

Presentation of a collaborative piece ‘Changing One’s Mind’ for an audio program.

2018 Guest Lecturer with Matheos Zaharopoulos for Music History (MHIS 241) From Phonograph to Streaming. Concordia University-Montreal, Canada.

Lecture on historical relevancy to modern art and project creation through our piece ‘Changing One’s Mind’.

2018 Sonorities – Festival of Contemporary Music 2018- Queen’s University of Belfast- Belfast, Ireland.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Reflection’ for an audio program.

2017 klingt gut! International Symposium on Sound- Hamburg, Germany.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Reflection’ for an audio program.

2017 NYCEMF | New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival 2017- New York City, USA.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Elongation’ for an audio program.

2017 Sounds Like THIS Festival 2017: Surround Threat, Leeds College of Music – Leeds, England.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Reflection’’ for an audio program.

2017 MUSLAB 2016: Muestra Internacional de Música Electroacústica y Video Mapping. UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE RIO DE JANEIRO. Brazil

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Reflection’ for an audio program.

2016 EAST FEST 2016 – Concordia Electroacoustics Circus- Montreal, Canada.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Reflection’ for an audio program.

2016 Sonorities – Festival of Contemporary Music 2016- Queen’s University of Belfast- Belfast, Ireland.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Elongation’ for an audio program.

2016 Ecos Urbanos 2º FESTIVAL DE MÚSICA ELECTROACÚSTICA ECOS URBANOS- Mexico City, Mexico.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Elongation’ for an audio program.

2016 (ISSTA) Irish Sound Science and Technology Association 2016 – Derry/Londonderry, Ireland.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Elongation’ for an online radio broadcast.

2016 (TIES) Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium (TIES) Concert #4 – Toronto, Canada.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Elongation’ for an audio program.

2016 Cicada Consort -The Marvin Johnson Memorial Celebration of Electronic Music – Alabama, USA.

Presentation of my audio piece ‘Elongation’ for an audio concert.


RADIO BROADCASTS & SOUND MAPS

2020  Science + Media Museum Present: Sounds of my quarantine [Based on Project 1: COVID-19_Belfast City]

Sound Map link: https://padlet.com/platformmuseum/q9unei4soco98xu8

SOUNDS OF MY QUARANTINE Blog Post: https://blog.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/sounds-of-quarantine/

Scroll to Northern Ireland OR search Georgios Varoutsos and you will see all 10 files I have recorded.

2020  Ralph Hopper’s Acoustic Frontiers on CKCU-FM 93.1 – Carleton University – Ottawa, Canada.

[Part of artist group collaboration: Matheos & Georgios ]

Piece: ‘DigiTral’ featured for a radio show.

2020 – COVID-19 Sound Map  [Based on Project 1: COVID-19_Belfast City]

Sound Map link: http://www.tinyurl.com/covid19soundmap

A miniature version version of Project 1: COVID-19_Belfast City has now been included on Prof. Pete Stollery’s COVID-19 Sound Map. These are 30s clips recorded in different parts of the world.

Prof. Pete Stollery is a Professor of Composition and Electroacoustic Music at University of Aberdeen in Scotland, UK.

2020 – Cities and Memory [Based on Project 1: COVID-19_Belfast City]

Sound Map link: https://www.citiesandmemory.com/sound-map

This sound map is part of Cities and Memory is a global field recording & sound art work that presents both the present reality of a place and an alternative, reimagined sound world – remixing the world, one sound at at time.

Scroll to Northern Ireland OR search Georgios Varoutsos and you will see all 10 files I have recorded.

Also featured on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/3162-belfast-city-hall/id877264885?i=1000473123789

2020 – Radio Aporee – Soundscapes in the Pandemic [Based on Project 1: COVID-19_Belfast City]

https://aporee.org/maps/work/projects.php?project=corona

Scroll to Northern Ireland OR search Georgios Varoutsos and you will see all 10 files I have recorded.

2019 Sonic Darts Radio Show on Resonance FM 104.4 London .

[Part of artist group collaboration: Matheos & Georgios ]

Presentation of a collaborative piece ‘Changing One’s Mind’ for a radio show themed on mental health.

2016 Ralph Hopper’s Acoustic Frontiers on CKCU-FM 93.1 – Carleton University – Ottawa, Canada.

Piece: ‘Reflection’ featured for a radio show.


MUSIC RELEASE, COLLECTIONS, CD’s, and ONLINE ALBUMS

2020 Here EP on BandCamp

Link: https://georgiosvaroutsos.bandcamp.com/album/here-ep

2020 Listening (Ongoing Project: Connecting Acoustic Spaces) by Natalia Domínguez Rangel

Included work: Covid-19_Belfast_Northern Ireland

2020 New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) SOUND TRAVELS #1

Included work (collaborative piece): Changing One’s Mind by Matheos & Georgios

Online album of electroacoustic sound art, the first edition produced for the Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art, featuring fixed media works and live performance recordings on the theme of Transformation. A common thread throughout this collection is the use of the transformation of sounds through digital means to not only bend and change conceptions of reality, but to also blur distinctions for the listener between musical listening and imaginary planes of existence.

Curated by Artistic Director: Darren Copeland

The Sound Travels Album is not available for download, however you can listen to the entire album [Here]

Featured artists include: Barry Truax, Léa Boudreau, Matheos & Georgios, and other artists.

2020 – GRISPerúSonidos desde mi Ventana VOL​.​1

Sounds from my window” is a collaborative work in which sound and interested landscapers recorded the soundscapes of their surroundings during the obligatory stay at home. From different windows, they recorded the closest thing to their territory.

COVID​-​19 Belfast Mini WindowScape by Georgios Varoutsos

2020 – Liburia Records — 𝐒𝐎𝐔𝐍𝐃 𝐃𝐈𝐀𝐑𝐈𝐄𝐒 𝐈𝐍 𝐐𝐔𝐀𝐑𝐀𝐍𝐓𝐈𝐍𝐄 𝐓𝐈𝐌𝐄 —

 In this month of quarantine creativity has found so much space in many musicians. The answer to our call for the realization of a collection linked to electroacoustic compositions designed during this forced closure period was very high.

WindowScape‘ by Georgios Varoutsos


WEB ARTICLES

2020 – SONIC FIELDSonic, Social, Distance and Soundtracks for Strange Days, compilation Part 1

Work featured: COVID-19_Belfast Mini WindowScape

About: Sonic, Social, Distance, is calling for works on listening and sound, and thinking about listening and sound, in the time of social distance…alone together, together apart.
Link:https://sonicfield.org/2020/08/sonic-social-distance-and-soundtracks-for-strange-days-compilation-part-1


ARTIST RESIDENCIES & MASTERCLASSES

2018 – 1953 – Through the Dust. Collaboration with Matheos Zaharopoulos. [Artist Residency]

Invited to do research and create an art piece in relation to the 1953 Great Kefalonian Earthquake. Based at the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture, Kefalonia Island, Greece.

2017 – Triangular Project – Multimodality – Sounds of Southern Kefalonia. [Artist Residency]

Collaborative project with Mallika Guhan on the concept of multimodality. Based at the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture, Kefalonia Island, Greece.

2017 – EXPLORING SPATIAL AWARENESS [Masterclass]

A seven day Master Class exploring spatial awareness, led by TRIANGULAR PROJECT. Venue: Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture, Kefalonia Island, Greece.

Objectives of the course:

Learn a variety of methodologies to explore space (spatial perception, spatial awareness) & Collaborative audio project with Mallika Guhan on the concept of multimodality.


EXHIBITIONS

2020 – You Are Not Alone: An International Mail Art Exhibition – Created by Syria.art Association + Penticton Art Gallery. British Columbia, Canada.

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting imposition of self-isolation, the Penticton Art Gallery, in partnership with the Syria.art Association (Nice/Berlin), invited artists from across the globe to participate in an unprecedented art exhibition entitled, You Are Not Alone. Like a message in a bottle, we sent out a call to artists working in all media, to submit works which would serve as a testament to our resiliency, creativity, and collective humanity in face of these extraordinary times.

Visit: http://pentictonartgallery.com/you-are-not-alone
Visit: https://covid19mailart.com/mailart/georgios-varoutsos/

2020 – Social Distancing Art Festival – SODA (Virtual Exhibition of COVID-19 artworks)

This website is especially designed to show a variety of artworks that were made during the times of the Covid-19 crisis. Artists from over 20 countries participated in our open call and are represented here. We are aware that the movement of social distancing art is still in its infancy. At the same time we present the selected works of art as documentation, of the present “unimagined” time. Without a doubt, the contributions will last for weeks, months and years and gain relevance as a historical statement.

Works featured from COVID-19_Belfast City: Botanic Gardens + Albert Memorial Clock

2017 – TRIANGULAR – SEA(S) 2017, IONION Center for the Arts and Culture. Kefalonia Island, Greece

Theme: Artist collective working with the theme of space

2017 – Temps Incongrus – Espace Project, Painting and Drawing Student Association. Montreal, Canada

Theme: Questioning various facets of time

2017 – Wire Forest – Art Matters, Studio XX. Montreal, Canada

Theme: In this world technology has replaced the organic

2016 – Polar Vortex – Galerie VAV Gallery. Montreal, Canada

Theme: Artistic Pressure


VOLUNTEER & EXPERIENCE PLACEMENT

2019 – Audio Visual Arts Festival (AVA):

Info: AVA is an Audio Visual Arts Festival & Conference that celebrates, amplifies and develops the strong current of electronic music and digital visual arts.
Roles: Build & Decor | Accreditation & Ticketing

2019 – Institute for Conflict Research (ICR):

Project: The Art of Conflict Transformation – Ards & North Down Borough Council:  Art at the Heart of the Peninsula
Roles: Sound Recordist, Composer, and Producer


PERFORMANCES

Directive roles with Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk)

Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk) is a laptop orchestra, made up of students who major in electroacoustics at Concordia University, Montreal, and is directed by Dr. Eldad Tsabary.

2018 Conductor, Concordia Laptop Orchestra, CLOrk with Ed Fuller & Georgios Varoutsos-Montreal, Canada. Concordia University, Music Department.

A sound performance based on ‘Tonic’ a musical card game.

2016 Co-Director, Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk at Akousma Festival 2016, Usine C, Montreal. (2016-10-21)

2016 Co-Director, Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk 22h22 : Ariane Moffatt with Concordia Laptop Orchestra at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC), part of Les Journées de la culture, organized by Culture pour tous. (2016-09-29) https://youtu.be/DqW_UWcOPs8

2016 Director & Sound Painter. CLOrk at George’s Campfire: A piece by Georgios Varoutsos for Concordia Laptop Orchestra. Concordia University, Music Department. (2016-02-04). https://youtu.be/l9zhLfc9JmQ

Performed Shows:

Performer with Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk). CLOrk is a laptop orchestra, made up of students who major in electroacoustics at Concordia University, Montreal, and is directed by Dr. Eldad Tsabary.

2017 Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk with guests Kathy Kennedy, Elizabeth Millar, Mallika Guhan, and Channel No One (Eric Séguin & Justin Wright), Eastern Bloc, Montreal. (2017-04-14).

2017 Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk with Kathy Kennedy and Damaris Baker, Concordia University, Music Department. (2017-03-23).

2017 Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk – No Complaints, a collaboration with electroacoustic duo No Complaints (Fernando Alexis & Line Katcho). Concordia University, Music Department. (2017-02-09).

2016 Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk with QUADr (Myriam Boucher, Alexis Langevin-Tétrault, Lucas Paris, and Pierre-luc Pierre-Luc Lecours) and Choeur Élan Choir (directed by Damaris Baker). Concordia University, Music Department. (2016-04-07).

2016 Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk with Nashim Gargari and Jeremie Jones. Concordia University, Music Department. (2016-03-24).

2016 Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk and Sponge, with Martin Marier. Concordia University, Music Department. (2016-03-24).

2016 Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk with Le Trio Carson (Alain Lefebvre, Hazy Montagne Mystique, & Guillaume Vallée). An audiovisual performance. Concordia University, Music Department. (2016-02-18).

2016 Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk): CLOrk with CCRMA and York. A telematic performance with Chris Chafe, Michael Palumbo, Michael Pinsonneault, and others. Concordia University, Music Department. (2016-02-04).


PRESS

2019 – Northern Slant | NORTHERN ROOTS: “IN A SHORT TIME I COULD CALL BELFAST HOME” by MICHAEL AVILA [Interview]
https://www.northernslant.com/northern-roots-in-a-short-time-i-could-call-belfast-home/

2017 – The Link | Clinging to the Nostalgic Hum: Getting Lost Within Wire Forest at Art Matters [Interview]
https://thelinknewspaper.ca/blogs/entry/wire-forest-art-matters-concordia

2016 – The Link | Avenues Within Akousma XIII https://thelinknewspaper.ca/article/akousma-xiii [Interview]


CREDITS

2020 – Liburia Records: ‘WindowScape’ by Georgios Varoutsos Various – Sound diaries in quarantine time – Vol.II ‎(CD, Comp)

2016 – NORTHERN CØDA:

Track 2 – Funk You | Recorded by Georgios Varoutsos
Track 4 – Untempered | Recorded by Georgios Varoutsos
https://www.discogs.com/NORTHERN-C%C3%98DA-NORTHERN-C%C3%98DA/release/11629581

2015 – The Sociopath’s Guild | Production Assistant

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2644490/

2015 – The Sociopath’s Guild | Assistant Camera

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2644490/

2014 – Pas de Deux | Actor

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3817516/


PROJECTS

2020 – Here EP | Ambient Music

2020 – Moments of a Solivagant (Ongoing series) | [Audio-Image Projects]

2020 – COVID-19_Belfast City | [Audio-Image Projects]

2020 – COVID-19_Window Ledge | [Audio-Image Projects]

2019 – Divided Spaces + Peace Wall Belfast Soundwalks | [Master’s Research Project]

2019 – JTTP 2019Revisit | [Audio Piece]

2019 – 60 x 60 Concordia with Matheos & Georgios | Supported by Fondation Evenko | Audio Piece | [Show]

2018 ‘Tonic’ a musical card game | Concordia Laptop Orchestra, CLOrk Georgios Varoutsos | [Conductor]

2018 – JTTP 2018Changing One’s Mind by Matheos & Georgios | [Audio Piece]

2018 – Changing One’s Mind by Matheos & Georgios |(Added in JTTP 2018) | [Audio Piece]

2018 – 1953 – Through the Dust by Matheos & Georgios | [Audio Piece]

2018 – DreamLand by Matheos & Georgios | [Audio Piece]

2017 – Feeling Reeling Being by Catherine Slilaty | Animation | [Sound Designer/Composer]

2017 – Independent Research Study for Electroacoustic Studies at Concordia University| Building a wireless hand-worn midi controller for live electronic music. | [Instrument Design]

2017 – Astir for 60 x 60 Concordia supported by Fondation Evenko | Audio Piece | [Show]

2016 – JTTP 2016 – Reflection | [Audio Piece]

2016 – Reflection | [Audio Piece]

2016 – Summer On Lake Ouareau by Marielle Dalpé | Animation | [Sound Designer/Composer]

2016 – CLOrk at George’s Campfire (2016): A piece by Georgios Varoutsos for Concordia Laptop Orchestra | [Performance Piece/ Sound Conductor]

2016 – Elongation | [Audio Piece]

2016 – Party Like it’s 2007 by AndréAnn Cossette |Performative Piece | [Sound Designer/Sound Performer]

2015 – JTTP 2015 – Chasing Away The Animals | [Audio Piece]


OTHER PLATFORMS

PURE QUB: https://pure.qub.ac.uk/en/persons/georgios-varoutsos

SONUS: https://sonus.ca/artiste/CP-6877/Georgios_Varoutsos

DISCOGS: https://www.discogs.com/artist/6331293-George-Varoutsos

IMBD: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6582567/

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHXlPJxezRadmcqRF1ka3dA

SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/georgiosvaroutsos

BANDCAMP: https://georgiosvaroutsos.bandcamp.com/

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