11/2/2011- The Computer Music Department is hosting the first annual N SEME. The National Student Electronic Music Event was created by and for students, aiming to bring together the nation’s composers and performers currently studying in the ever-growing field of electronic music. We welcome students to share ideas and learn from an experience completely surrounded by peers. Although the composers, performers, judges, and coordinators are all students, everyone is welcome to join us for this exciting event.
9/5/2011- Graduate students Evan Combs and Griffin Cohen were recipients of a 2011 Johns Hopkins Technology Fellowship Grant. The grant was provided by the Center for Educational Resources at the Johns Hopkins University. The project was proposed as a series of tutorials and guides to assist in the teaching of the “Introduction to Computer Music” class taught by Dr. McGregor Boyle. The project is complete and can be viewed on our website under the Projects tab or HERE.
12/12/2010- Graduate students Yi Wang, Evan Combs, and Patrick McMinn will each have a composition performed at the SEAMUS 2011 conference in Miami, Florida this January. Wang’s piece is entitled Talking Ocean, Combs’ piece is entitled A Short Stop for vibraphone and electronics, and McMinn’s piece entitled The Middle Place for trumpet, disklavier, and interactive electronics. Patrick McMinn’s piece was a finalist in the ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Competition.
Freidberg Hall, 8:00pm
Ticket prices: $18, $10 Seniors, $8 Students with IDNew Music; Now and Then…
Music from the year of Peabody’s founding and music from Peabody today.
and electronics (World Premiere)
Johannes Brahms: Serenade in D, Op. 11 (1857 – original chamber version)
Concert Review, by Tim Smith
Baltimore Sun, 1 February 2007
Johns Hopkins UniversityNew Media at the Intersection of Art, Music, Science and Technology