Adam Vidiksis

N_SEME 2013

N_SEME 2013 and New Music Symposium

March 22–23, 2013
Rock Hall, Temple University
1801 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA


Adam will perform synapse_circuit for solo percussion and live computer processing at the Saturday evening concert (3/23) in Rock Hall at 8PM.

The second annual National Student Electronic Music Event will be hosted this year at Temple University by conTemplum, the university’s new music student organization. The conference will be held in conjunction with conTemplum’s annual New Music Symposium. The event will feature a keynote address by Ge Wang, one of the primary creators of ChucK audio programming language and co-founder of Smule.

N_SEME was created by and for students, aiming to bring together the nation’s composers and performers currently studying in the ever-growing field of electronic music. We welcome students to share ideas and learn from an experience completely surrounded by peers. Although the composers, performers, judges, and coordinators are all students, everyone is welcome to join us for this exciting event.

The conference will take place March 22–23, 2013 in Philadelphia and is free and open to the public. For continuing information on the symposium, visit

Loading Map....

Date(s) - 03/23/2013
8:00 pm

Rock Hall, Temple University