Ramteen Sazegari : a synthesis of perspectives

Ramteen Sazegari (b.1983) is a composer based in Pittsburgh, PA, where he recently completed a Ph.D. in Music Composition and Theory. His music is informed by a synthesis of perspectives; the architectural similarities shared by both concert and electronic music has led him to create works that explore the relationship between ambiance, complex rhythmic profiles, … Continue reading Ramteen Sazegari : a synthesis of perspectives

David Wolfson : Dual citizenship in the “classical” music world and the world of musical theatre

David Wolfson is a composer, music director, arranger, pianist and copyist who lives in New York City. He graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music in 1985, and in that same year was the first recipient of the newly established Darius Milhaud Award and won the Bascom Little Fund’s Musical Theatre Composition Competition for his … Continue reading David Wolfson : Dual citizenship in the “classical” music world and the world of musical theatre

Zeno Baldi : Balancing the weight of sounds

Zeno Baldi is an Italian composer. He has written works for acoustic instruments and a variety of electronic devices. He is also active as a performer and sound designer for mixed media. His music has been presented at festivals such as London Ear Festival, Rondò (Milan), Firenze suona contemporanea, MATA (New York), and in venues … Continue reading Zeno Baldi : Balancing the weight of sounds

Balázs Horváth : Hungarian composer

Balázs Horváth was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1976. He studied composition at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest with Zoltán Jeney. He received his doctorate degree in composition at the same Academy in 2005, while teaching there as a senior lecturer. He also visited music seminars lead by Bryan Ferneyhough, Michael Jarrell, Marco … Continue reading Balázs Horváth : Hungarian composer

Chris Dench

Born in London, and brought up on England’s south coast, Chris Dench left Britain permanently in 1987, and is now an Australian citizen, resident in Ballarat, VIC.  Dench has been a composer since 1961, and has written upwards of seventy works. His music has been extensively performed, broadcast, and recorded, in Australia, North America, Europe … Continue reading Chris Dench

Catherine Lamb : interacting points within expanding harmonic space

Catherine Lamb (b. 1982, Olympia, Wa, U.S.), is a composer exploring the interaction of elemental tonal material and the variations in presence between shades and beings in a room. She has been studying and composing music since a young age. In 2003 she turned away from the conservatory in an attempt to understand the structures … Continue reading Catherine Lamb : interacting points within expanding harmonic space

Germán Alonso : thinking music in terms of rhythm and energy

Germán Alonso was born in Madrid (Spain) in 1984. He studied Guitar and Composition (specialization in Electroacoustic Composition) at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, obtaining the highest marks. At the same time he studies electroacoustic composition with Alberto Bernal. He continued studying composition at the Strasbourg Conservatoire with Mark André, a Master … Continue reading Germán Alonso : thinking music in terms of rhythm and energy

Rahilia Hasanova : bridging the two seemingly disparate worlds of Eastern and Western cultures

In the world of contemporary classical music, Rahilia Hasanova is known as a brilliant and prolific composer with a unique and powerful voice. The strength of her music is in bridging the two seemingly disparate worlds of Eastern and Western cultures. By combining the essence of her native (Azerbaijani) culture and traditional music that represents … Continue reading Rahilia Hasanova : bridging the two seemingly disparate worlds of Eastern and Western cultures

Kelley Sheehan : noise, perception, and interaction

Kelley Sheehan is a Chicago-based composer and computer musician moving between acoustic, electronic, electro-acoustic, and performance art works. In any medium, her work broadly focuses on noise, perception, and interaction. Cacophony magazine has described her work to be "frenetic, almost acrobatic." Kelley has either performed or has been performed at numerous concert halls or art … Continue reading Kelley Sheehan : noise, perception, and interaction

Antonin Servière : composition, artistic research and teaching

Antonin Servière is a composer, teacher and a musician. While he completed higher instrumental studies (First Prize of Saxophone in 2004, Master’s-level teaching certification in 2005), he studied orchestration with Alain Louvier from 2001 to 2003 and composition with Philippe Leroux from 2004 to 2006. He pursued his study of composition with Michael Jarrell, Luis … Continue reading Antonin Servière : composition, artistic research and teaching