Students currently working in the Center
- Elliott Gyger
Elliot has completed two pieces, the first, "The Bumpkin Calculus of Time", for tape, was premiered in February of 1997. His second work for Serge derived tape and clarinet, was premiered in May.
- David Horne
David has completed no less than FOUR works for tape and
instrument. "Resound," "Sostenuto," and "Attacca," for piano
and tape were written from 1994 to 1996. "Aureole," for basson
and tape, was premiered at our November 17th concert.
- Brian Hulse
- Kurt Stallman
Kurt's work includes a short piece for tape alone, and his
piece "Fantasy" for horn and tape, premiered at our November 17th, 1996
concert, and soon to be premiered again in revised form, at the
Wellesley Composers Conference in August, 1997. You can hear
the November 17th version on our
- David Taddie
His recent works include a work in progress for orchestra and
tape, and "Convergences" for harp and tape, which won the
Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and
Letters and Music Teachers National Association-Shepherd
Distinguished Composer of the Year (1995). Hear "Convergences"
on our recordings page
- Shailen Tuli
Having completed a short work for tape alone, he's working on a piece for violin and tape.
Hear examples of their work
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