Alex Wang Releases Debut EP Black Dragon

Alex (Tuo) Wang (MM ’17, Computer Music) released his debut EP under the Beijing record label Dohits. In Black Dragon, he reflects on how artificial intelligence has invaded every aspect of human lives. He digs deep into the concept of sound design, turning high frequency noise into percussion, sampling from modular synthesizers to create brand-new […]

Rhymes With Opera Presents Coping Mechanisms at New York Opera Fest 2017

Rhymes with Opera, a New York based opera company founded by Peabody alumni, will present a new fully staged improvisation opera by Bonnie Lander (MM ’07, GPD ’08, Voice; GPD ’08, Computer Music) titled Coping Mechanisms at New York Opera Fest on Friday and Saturday, May 19-20 at 8:00 pm at Bank Street Theatre in […]

Interface Performs Process Music at the Katzen Arts Center

Interface, a new music collective, where Steve Antosca (MM ’94, Computer Music) serves as artistic director, performed a program titled Process Music, which featured pieces by John Cage, Alvin Lucier, and Interface members Lucie Vítková and Paul Oehlers, at the American University Museum Katzen Arts Center on February 9. Mr. Antosca serves as the curator-in-residence […]

Tuo Wang’s ‘Disorderly’ at 2016 International Computer Music Conference in Utrecht

Computer music composition master’s student Tuo Wang’s piece – Disorderly for solo bass and electronics – will be featured at the 2016 International Computer Music Conference in Utrecht, The Netherlands, on September 12-16 at Utrecht’s new concert venue, TivoliVredenburg. The conference is hosted by HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, HKU Music and Technology and the […]

Works by Computer Music Students, Alumni at New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival

Several Peabody Computer Music students and alumni will have works featured on the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival as part of the New York Philharmonic’s biennial at National Sawdust in Brooklyn on June 5-7 and at the Abrons Arts Center on June 13-19. Featured works include QfefQ by Margaret Schedel (MM ’01, Computer Music Composition); IDB […]

Netmoiré and Edwin Huet to Perform at the Center for New Music in San Francisco, CA

Computer music composition and recording arts and sciences master’s student Edwin Huet (BM ’15, Computer Music Composition), electronics, and Netmoiré, comprised of Jason Charney and Josh Simmons, electronics, will perform at the Center for New Music in San Francisco, California on Wednesday, June 1 at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $5 for members and $10 for […]

‘Ban Shan’ by Wuan-chin Li Featuring at Klingt Gut! Symposium on Sound in Hamburg

Wuan-chin Li (MM ’99, Electronic/Computer Music) will present her work Ban Shan – for 5.1 surround sound – at the Klingt Gut! Symposium on Sound on May 26-28 at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences Arts and Media Campus in Hamburg, Germany. The symposium is presented by the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences and the […]

Peabody Computer Music Consort Presents “…fused into music…”

The Peabody Computer Music Consort will present “..fused into music…” on Tuesday, May 3 at 7:30 pm in Peabody’s  Leith Symington Griswold Hall, featuring new and old works composed and performed by current and former Peabody faculty and students. Stanford University Center for Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) faculty artist Rob Hamilton (MM ’04, […]

Students Present Concert of Chamber Music, Free Jazz, Electronic Graphic Score Interpretations

Composition student Jun An Chew, computer music and recording arts master’s student Edwin Huet (BM ’15 Computer Music Composition), and GPD jazz bass student Alex Fournier will present Perspective Refractions, a concert of graphic score interpretations through alternating chamber music, free jazz, and live and fixed multichannel electronic mediums. The program is comprised of nine […]