RED NOTE New Music Festival Composition Workshop (April 3 - April 6, 2016)
The RED NOTE New Music Festival Composition Workshop will help composers widen their creative perspectives and hone their craft
through open rehearsals with guest performers ensemble mise-en, and seminars
with distinguished guest faculty composer Stephen Hartke and resident
faculty composers Carl Schimmel and
Invited participants will each compose a 5- to 10-minute piece for ensemble mise-en.
Each composition will be carefully rehearsed during the Festival, and will be premiered at a formal concert.
Each composer will receive a recording of his or her piece.
Professor Hartke and the resident faculty composers will also attend the rehearsals, offering comments and suggestions.
Participants will discuss their compositional ideas, techniques, and aesthetics with the faculty and other fellows.
In addition, each student composer will have the opportunity to meet with the faculty composers individually or as part of group lessons.
Each day of the Festival culminates in an evening concert featuring contemporary music performed by ensemble mise-en or members of the
School of Music faculty.
Invited Student Participants
Jean-Patrick Besingrand (City University, New York)
Sean Clarke (University of Montreal)
Yunkyung Hong (University of Wisconsin)
Jihyun Kim (Indiana University)
Andrew V. Ly (University of California, Berkeley)
Lucas Marshall Smith (University of Illinois)
Spencer Snyder (City College, New York)
Roydon Tse (University of Toronto)
The deadline for application has now passed.
Click here to view the guidelines.