Julian Stein is a composer and sound artist currently residing in Montréal, QC. His work often explores musical applications of the everyday with a large focus on intuition and present-experience. Exploring both composed and realtime environments, his work has ranged from multichannel composition and theatre sound-design to collaborative performance and kinetic sound installation. In specific, his work is interested by methods of audio-visual synchronization, phonetics, animal communication, and the urban environment.

Julian is a co-creator of the Montreal Sound Map (http://www.montrealsoundmap.com), and has recently completed a BFA in Music (Electroacoustic Studies) from Concordia University. He is currently is a researcher at matralab and the Topological Media Lab, both part of the Hexagram Institute for Research/Creation at Concordia University.

Julian Stein is a matralab research assistant.


Projects by Julian Stein

Cumulo Nimbus

Limits & Renewals

Montréal Sound Map

Music for Lamps

Native Alien

Noiseborder meets matralab


Villes LuminoSoniques – LuminoSoniCities

News about Julian Stein

Festival “Musiikin Aika – Time of Music” (VIITASAARI/FINLAND)

Noiseborder Ensemble meets matralab, University of Windsor

Nothing in Particular @ Goethe-Institut

Music for 12 Domestic Lamps @ Cafe Zosha

matralab @ Goethe-Institut: Villes LuminoSoniques – LuminoSoniCities

“Room Dynamics” by Adam Basanta @ NAISA Space (Toronto)

Archives Sonores et Voix Radio: Sept 13-15, 2012

Native Alien, public presentations: New York & Montreal

Rohan de Saram @ matralab Nov. 18-25

Rohan de Saram (London, UK) in residence @ matralab

Art POP – AND NO ONE WAS AROUND – September 23, 2011

Amelia Cuni – Cosmopolitan Ragas – May 9, 2011