EMP Programme Lead & Tutor
Eliad is a composer, performer, sound artist, lecturer and the programme lead for our Electronic Music Production & Performance Bachelor. A classically trained musician, holding a Bachelor degree in physics and a Masters degree in composition and music technology. His activities explore the meeting point of composition and improvisation while addressing thoughts on synthesis, music technology, autonomous processes, extended scoring and live performance.
Using with process and interference Eliad examines how human natural relation with technology manifests in music. In 2012 he relocated to his current home Berlin. As well as being our programme lead for the Electronic Music Production & Performance Bachelor, he is also an active member in the city’s contemporary music scene.
Eliad’s work has been published by labels in the US, UK and DE including Metropolis Records, Digital Kranky, c.sides, Must Die, Wachsender Prozess and Concrete Plastic. Additionally, STEIM, the Computer Music Journal, UDK Berlin, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, IFFR, TU Berlin and the Danish Royal Academy of Music have been some of the organisations to present his work.