Friday, May 3, 2019

June in Buffalo 2019 Participant Composers Announced

The June in Buffalo Festival is pleased to announce that 25 talented emerging composers have been selected from a distinguished pool of applicants to participate in this year's festival. Their names are listed below, with additional information about their pieces featured at the festival. 

Charles Colwell (CUNY): (re)voicings, for fl, cl

William David Cooper (Walnut High School for the Arts): Dyptich, for fl, cl, perc, vn, vc

Georgi Dimitrov (University of Southern California): Growing Bell Peppers, for fl, ob, cl, bsn, hn, tpt, tbn, tba, perc (2), pno, vn (2), vla, vc, cb

Jessie Downs (University at Buffalo): Excerpt from The Second Sight Act I, Scene 2, The Rain Scene, for sop (2), ch (SSAABB), fl, cl, eh, hn, perc, hp, pno, vn, vc, db

Miles Friday (Cornell): A Corpus Resounding, for pno, vn, vla, vc, cb

Eren Gümrükçüoglu (Duke): Bazkir, for string quartet

Brien Henderson (University at Buffalo): Missa Brevis, for ch (SATB), ob, cl, perc, vn, vla, vc, cb

Manuel Hernandez (CUNY): Field of Change, for fl, cl, perc, pf, vn, vc

Scott Kehoe (Peabody Institute): In a restaurant, for sop, pno

Jihyun Kim (Rice University): A Gentle Whisper, for afl, bcl, pf, vn, vc

Tonia Ko (University of Chicago): Hum Phenomenon, for cl, pno, vn, vc

Vasiliki Krimitza (NYU): Gra-V, for fl, cl, perc, pno, vn, vc

Dongryul Lee (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign): Unending Rose, for string quartet

Joungmin Lee (Ohio State University): Abandoned, for fl, cl, pno, vn, vc

Christopher Mitchell (Arizona State University): Spaces Between, for fl, cl, vn, vla, vc, cb

Bryndan Moondy (University of California Santa Cruz): Entwined to Fray, for string quartet

Reagan Mullin-Martin (Peabody Institute): Nimbus, for bcl, pf, cb

Zvonimir Nagy (Duquesne University): Anima Animae, for string quartet

Qi Shen (University of North Texas): The Voice of Mountains, for string quartet

Jinwei Sun (University of California Santa Cruz): Quintet, for perc, vn (2), vla, vc

Ka Shu Tam (University at Buffalo): Reaction II, for vn

Joseph Vasinda (University of California Davis): Mikro Atmos, for vn

Mengmeng Wang (University of Wisconsin Madison): Dream, for fl, cl, pno, vn, vc

Kyle Wernke (Missouri University of Science and Technology): Trio, for pno, vn, vc  

Hua Xin (New England Conservatory): Moon is a Distant Bear, for fl, cl, pf, vn, vc

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