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Composition

Chris Lortie

Chris Lortie (b.1993) is a composer and computer musician. His compositions regularly involve the use of live electronics as a means of augmenting and disrupting both sonic and visual cues; as such, Chris’s music often explores the subjects of fakery, deception, and hyperrealism in the electroacoustic domain. His pieces are informed by his interests in spatial audio, performance art, theatre, intermedia, gestural interactivity, and improvisation.

Charlie Sdraulig

Intimacy, nuance, and quietude are the core themes of Charlie Sdraulig’s creative practice. His music has been presented at numerous festivals internationally, including Ear to the Ground (Belgium), Kalv Festivalen (Sweden), MATA (USA), Schloss Solitude Sommerfest (Germany), and SPOR (Denmark).

Juan Pampin

Associate Professor of Composition at University of Washington, Seattle and Director of the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media ( DXARTS: dxarts.washington.edu), dedicated to interdisciplinary research in the arts.

Juan Pampin (b. Buenos Aires, 1967) is Associate Professor of composition at University of Washington and founding faculty member of the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) for which he currently serves as Associate Director.

Andrew Watts

Andrew A. Watts is a composer of chamber, symphonic, multimedia, and electro-acoustic works regularly performed throughout North America and Europe. His compositions have been premiered at world-renowned venues such as Ravinia, the summer home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Boston's famed Jordan Hall and the Museum of Fine Arts; NYC’s The Kitchen; the Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt; and the Holywell Music Room, the oldest custom-built concert hall in Europe.

Nicholas Virzi

Dr. Nick Virzi (b. 1991) is a composer from New York City living in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. His recent work explores the mystical nature of music through imagistic representation, orchestration of complex numerical systems, and use of original natural sound recordings. In addition to composing, Nick is a field recording artist, electric guitarist, conductor, researcher, and educator. He also hosts the international composer interview series Composer OverTime.

Alexander Sigman

Since September 2012, I have been Assistant Professor of Composition at Keimyung University in Daegu, Korea.  From September 2015, I will be Associate Professor of Music at the recently-established International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA) of Yamanashi Gakuin University in Kofu, Japan. In this role, I will be leading and coordinating the music program, and offering a diverse array of courses and workshops. http://www.icla.jp/en/home.html

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