Friday, May 6, 2011

June in Buffalo 2011: schools of (compositional) thought

Further to our previous post announcing this year's participants in June in Buffalo 2011, here are some stats.
Some 80 composers applied to take part, from universities and colleges in Australia, Canada, Hungary, Israel, Mexico, Turkey, the UK, and of course the USA. Approximately 25 of the applications came from outside the US. Some 43 schools were represented:

Bard College
Boston Conservatory
Bowling Green
Brandeis University
Brooklyn Conservatory
Carnegie Mellon University
City University of New York
Cole Conservatory
Columbia University
Depaul University
Hartt School of Music at Hartford
Indiana University
Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes
Juilliard School
Liszt Acadmy, Budapest
NEC/ Istanbul University
New England Conservatory
New York University (NYU)
Northwestern University
Oberlin Conservatory
Princeton University
San Francisco Conservatory
Stanford University
Tel Aviv University
University of British Columbia
University at Buffalo
University of California
University of California - Berkeley
University of Carolina
University of Chicago
University of Colorado
University of Florida
University of Georgia
University of Huddersfield
University of Illinois - Urbana
University of Iowa
University of Michigan
University of Montana
University of Northern Colorado
University of Pittsburgh
University of Sydney
University of Texas - Austin
University of Wisconsin
Yale University

From this deep and wide pool of applicants, 25 talented composers were chosen. Congratulations to all!

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