Eldad Tsabary is the coordinator of electroacoustic studies at Concordia and a co-director of the Performing Arts Research Cluster (Le PARC) of Concordia’s Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture, and Technology. He has taught electroacoustic ear training, composition, performance, modular programming, and history at Concordia since 2005. Eldad is founder and director of Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk) which specializes in collective improvisation and interdisciplinary collaborative performances in which students function as co-creators/co-researchers. He has rich experience in telematic and shared buffer performances, including performances at AES convention, ICMC, and Birmingham Network Music Festival, among many others. In the past decade, he has also spearheaded research and development of a new sound-focused aural training method for electroacoustic musicians, which is inspired by perception studies and is based on a transformational, democratic educational model. Eldad received his doctorate in music education from Boston University. He is the current president of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC).