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Ken UENO

6/19/2017
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Interview with composer Ken UENO Biography: http://kenueno.com/bio.html

Duration: 01:00:59


Aaron GERVAIS - Oksana G.

5/17/2017
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Interview with composer Aaron GERVAIS Biography: http://www.artmusicpromotion.org/aaron-gervais.html

Duration: 00:43:11


Ana SOKOLOVIC

4/30/2016
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Interview with composer Ana SOKOLOVIC Biography: http://www.anasokolovic.com This interview is one of five sponsored through a successful crowdfunding campaign. Generous donations were received from: Ulrike Narwani, Daniel Cooper, The Canadian League of Composers, Karen Houle, The Association of Canadian Women Composers, Elizabeth Skillings, Karen Hasselfelt, Neal Bennett, Joan Shaben, Roger D. Moore, James Harley, Karen Conradi, Bob Pritchard, Roger Admiral, Golnaz Azimi, Carol Ann...

Duration: 01:01:22


Linda Catlin SMITH

4/27/2015
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Interview with composer Linda Catlin SMITH Biography: http://www.catlinsmith.com This interview is one of five sponsored through a successful crowdfunding campaign. Generous donations were received from: Ulrike Narwani, Daniel Cooper, The Canadian League of Composers, Karen Houle, The Association of Canadian Women Composers, Elizabeth Skillings, Karen Hasselfelt, Neal Bennett, Joan Shaben, Roger D. Moore, James Harley, Karen Conradi, Bob Pritchard, Roger Admiral, Golnaz Azimi, Carol Ann...

Duration: 00:59:44


Marco STROPPA

12/1/2014
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Interview with composer Marco Stroppa.Biography: http://www.marcostroppa.eu/biography.htmlSponsored by New Music Concerts

Duration: 06:39:02


Jorg Widmann

4/10/2014
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Interview with clarinettist, composer, and conductor Jorg Widmann.Biography: http://joergwidmann.comSponsored by New Music Concerts

Duration: 01:00:57


Jean-Pierre DROUET

2/21/2014
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Interview with percussionist and composer Jean-Pierre Drouet.Biography: http://brahms.ircam.fr/composers/composer/1155/Sponsored by New Music Concerts

Duration: 01:13:37


Paul STEENHUISEN - Like a Pathway in Autumn

1/31/2014
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This podcast focuses on Paul STEENHUISEN’s piece “Like a Pathway in Autumn.”Paul STEENHUISEN bio: Art Music PromotionSponsored by Edmonton Arts Council

Duration: 00:40:01


David EAGLE

10/20/2013
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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 sound to fundamentally transform the listening experience. A Professor at the University of Calgary, he teaches composition and electroacoustic music, supervises projects in Computational Media Design, and is director of the Sonic Arts Lab and...

Duration: 04:00:16


Walter BOUDREAU

4/22/2013
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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 Finland. In 1998 he was awarded the prix Opus “Composer of the year” (Conseil québécois de la musique). Since 1988 Boudreau has been artistic director and principal conductor of the Ensemble de la Société de musique contemporaine du Québec (SMCQ)....

Duration: 01:01:14


Paul STEENHUISEN

11/1/2012
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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 soundfiles. Additionally, he creates electroacoustic, radio, and installation pieces.Steenhuisen obtained his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in composition from the University of British Columbia, where he studied with Keith Hamel. Between academic...

Duration: 00:54:58


Gordon FITZELL

10/9/2012
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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 Grammy-winning album strange imaginary animals features two of his works (Fitzell also appears on the album as co-producer and live electronics artist). His work has been presented at major festivals including Festival Synthse Bourges (France), the...

Duration: 00:59:53


Bob PRITCHARD

7/11/2012
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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 he is often commissioned by some of Canada’s leading performers.His works have twice been selected as Canadian submissions to the ISCM, and in 2007 his interactive piece Strength for saxophone and video received a Unique Award of Merit from...

Duration: 00:42:32


Kee Yong CHONG

5/4/2011
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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 belongs to this special class of talents who can turn a melange of exquisite timbres into a compelling piece of music with his own fingerprints. Composer Peter Etvs calls his music imaginative and poetic and composer Jonathan Harvey comments his...

Jonathan HARVEY

2/19/2011
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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 Benjamin Britten) also studied privately with Erwin Stein and Hans Keller. He was a Harkness Fellow at Princeton (1969-70). An invitation from Boulez to work at IRCAM in the early 1980s has so far resulted in eight realisations at the...

Duration: 00:43:55


Rick SACKS

10/2/2010
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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 Percussion Ensemble and The Composer’s Ensemble under such directors as Arthur Weisberg and Charles Wuorinen. After teaching for two years at Bennington College in Vermont (1979/80), Rick began traveling to Toronto to perform in the art-rock band...