The SOUNDLAB New Music Podcast
Interview with composer Alexina Louie.Biography: http://alexinalouie.ca/bioSponsored by New Music Concerts
Interview with clarinettist, composer, and conductor Jorg Widmann.Biography: http://joergwidmann.comSponsored by New Music Concerts
Interview with percussionist and composer Jean-Pierre Drouet.Biography: http://brahms.ircam.fr/composers/composer/1155/Sponsored by New Music Concerts
Paul STEENHUISEN - Like a Pathway in Autumn
This podcast focuses on Paul STEENHUISEN’s piece “Like a Pathway in Autumn.”Paul STEENHUISEN bio: Art Music PromotionSponsored by Edmonton Arts Council
David Eagle composes chamber, orchestral and electroacoustic music, and in recent years, has explored computer applications in composition, improvisation, multimedia and sound spatialization. His latest kinetic music compositions use the movement of...
Composer and conductor Walter Boudreau has created over sixty works for various types of ensembles, as well as fifteen film scores and two ballets. His works have been performed in Canada, the United States, France, Belgium, Germany, Poland, and...
Paul Steenhuisen (born Vancouver, Canada, 1965) is an independent composer working with a broad range of acoustic and digital media. His concert music consists of orchestral, chamber, solo, and vocal music, and often includes live electronics and...
Gordon Fitzell is a Canadian composer and media artist. His music has been performed by top international artists including Norwegian group BIT20, Canada’s Ensemble contemporain de Montral, and American sextet eighth blackbird, whose multiple...
Originally from White Rock, British Columbia, Canadian composer Howard Bashaw is a graduate of the University of British Columbia (DMA, 1989). He is currently Professor of Music at the University of Alberta where he teaches composition, orchestration,...
Aaron Gervais is composer of new classical/avant-garde music, born in Edmonton, Canada, and represented by Art Music Promotion. He received a Bachelor of Music with Honours from the University of Toronto, and a Master’s degree from the University of...
James Harley, born 1959, Vernon, B.C., Canada, began studying composition in 1980. Prior to that, he had been active as a pianist, jazz and classical, played percussion, and also studied electroacoustics at Western Washington University. After...
Bob Pritchard’s creative work includes experimental concert music, interactive music and video pieces, direct synthesis, sound installations, video/film, radio sound, and software development. His music is performed and broadcast internationally, and...
A.R. was born in Quebec City (Canada) where he made his basic musical training. He then moved to Montreal where he successively studied piano, harpsichord, composition and mathematics during the 1990s. He then occupied the position of pianist for the...
Composer, conductor and teacher: the Hungarian Peter Etvs combines all three functions in one very high-profile career.His music features regularly in the programmes of orchestras, contemporary music ensembles and festivals worldwide; and as...
Vinko Globokar was born in 1934 in Anderny, France. From 13 to 21 years of age he lived in Ljubljana, Slovenia, where he made his debut as a jazz musician. He subsequently studied Trombone at the National Conservatory in Paris, completing a diploma in...
CHARLES WUORINEN (b. 9 June 1938, New York City) has been composing since he was five and he has been a forceful presence on the American musical scene for more than four decades. In 1970, Wuorinen became the youngest composer to win the Pulitzer...
Kee Yong CHONG
Chong Kee Yong (1971, Kluang), Malaysia's leading contemporary music composer, is one of the most exciting voices in new music today. Few composers can manage to fashion a truly individual sound from the experimental techniques of today, and Chong...
Born in Warwickshire in 1939, Jonathan Harvey was a chorister at St Michael's College, Tenbury and later a major music scholar at St John's College, Cambridge. He gained doctorates from the universities of Glasgow and Cambridge and (on the advice of...
Rick Sacks received his Masters in Music at the State University of New York at Stony Brook (1976). During his stay at Stony Brook, Rick began freelancing in Manhattan performing with ensembles including The New Orchestra, Newband, The New Jersey...
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