Saturday, May 5, 2012

June in Buffalo 2012 participants announced!

We’re excited to announce this year’s June in Buffalo participants! We received 78 proposals from countries all over the world, including Turkey, Australia, France, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Ireland. Below are the 26 composers getting ready for June in Buffalo 2012:

David A. Dominique, Brandies University
David Rappenecker, University at Buffalo
Juan V. Colón-Hernández, University at Buffalo
Jonathan Kolm, University of Texas-Austin
Duncan Schouten, McGill University
Onur Yildirim, Istanbul Technical University 
Christopher Chandler, Eastman School of Music
Jason Huffman, Boston University
Nissim Schaul,  Universite de Paris
Nathan Kelly, University of Southern California
Jonghee Kang, University of Pittsburgh
Tyler Capp, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Ruben Naeff, New York University
Liza White, Northwestern University
Mark Popeney, University of Southern California
José Julio Díaz Infante, University of Louisville
Cyrus Meurant, University of Sydney
Davide Ianni, Boston University
Kenichi Saeki, University at Buffalo
Zane Merritt, University at Buffalo
Matthew Schreibeis, University of Pennsylvania
Colin Labadie, University of Alberta, Edmonton
Eun Young Lee, University of Chicago
Yeung-Ping Chen, University of California, San Diego
Dimitar Penchev, University at Buffalo
Andres Carrizo,  University of Chicago

The Genkin Philharmonic at June in Buffalo 2011
Presented by the Department of Music and The Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music, June in Buffalo, a festival and conference dedicated to composers, will take place from Monday, June 4th, to Sunday, June 10th, 2012, at the University at Buffalo. June in Buffalo offers an intensive schedule of seminars, lectures, workshops, professional presentations, participant forums and open rehearsals as well as afternoon and evening concerts open to the general public and critics. Each of the invited composers will have one of his/her pieces performed during the festival. Evening performances feature faculty composers, resident ensembles and soloists renowned internationally as interpreters of contemporary music.

Check out the details of the ensemble roster and the full concert schedule at the June in Buffalo website, as well as peruse audio samples and materials from previous June in Buffalo Festivals. 

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