|Jeffrey Hass, Professor; Director of the Center for Electronic and Computer Music. D.M., Indiana University, 1989. Guest composer at Washington State University, University of Louisville and Indiana State University. Compositions premiered by the Louisville Orchestra and Concordia Chamber Orchestra. Performances at Lincoln Center, national conferences of the Society of Composers, Inc., the College Music Society, the International Computer Music Conference and the Society for Electro-acoustic Music in the U.S. (SEAMUS). Works published by the Ludwig Music Company and MMB Music Publishers. ASCAP/Nissim Award, National Band Association/Revelli Award, Walter Beeler Memorial Award, Lee Ettelson/Composers Inc. Award, Master Fellowship, Indiana Arts Commission/NEA. Former instructor of music theory and composition at Rutgers University and Interlochen Center for the Arts. Listen to music by Jeffrey Hass.|
|John Gibson, Associate Professor; Associate Director of the Center for Electronic and Computer Music. Ph.D., Princeton University, 2004. Compositions performed by the London Sinfonietta, Seattle Symphony, Da Capo Chamber Players, Music Today Ensemble, Speculum Musicae, New York Camerata, EARPLAY, and at the Tanglewood, Marlboro and June in Buffalo festivals. Electroacoustic works presented at international conferences held by the ICMA and SEAMUS, Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music, Seoul International Computer Music Festival, Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival, Third Practice Festival, Spark Festival. Grants and awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Tangelwood Music Center, Jerome Foundation, ASCAP, Bourges Electroacoustic Music Competition. Recordings on the Centaur and Everglade labels. Developer of music synthesis and processing software. Listen to music by John Gibson.|
|Alicyn Warren, Adjunct Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Princeton University, 1992. Electroacoustic works and videos presented at conferences held by the ICMA and SEAMUS, Seoul International Computer Music Festival, Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival, Third Practice Festival, Spark Festival, Feminist Theory and Music Conference. Grants and awards from the NEA, Bourges Electroacoustic Music Competition, and the American Musicological Society. Former faculty member at Columbia University, the University of Virginia, and the University of Michigan.|
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