Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival

Festival Directors:

Simon Ible, Director of Music, Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University

Eduardo R Miranda, Professor of Computer Music, Plymouth University

This annual festival that takes place at the Plymouth University each February has gained an international reputation for its innovation and research. The festival is promoted in partnership with the university’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research.


Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival is 3 days of performances and premieres of the latest in contemporary classical, computer and electroacoustic music.


The 2017 festival ‘VOICES’ takes place 24/25/26 February and includes premieres by Plymouth University composers Eduardo Miranda, Linas Baltas, Nuria Bonnet, Butterscotch performed by Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta & Singers

The festival programme is published on

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