2019-20 Guest Artists

Sep 30 - Sep 30, 2019
Mar 02 - Mar 04, 2020
Apr 01 - Apr 03, 2020

Recent Division News

Recent performances (2018) by alumnus composer Brad Robin (PhD 2016) include Consumption for six channel fixed media at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF), International Computer Music Festival (ICMC) in Daegu, South Korea, CHIME Festival (University of Chicago), New Music on the Bayou (Ruston, LA), and NSEME (University of North Texas).  

Doctoral composer Christopher Poovey's 2 Strands will be performed at the 2018 Seoul International Computer Music Festival held 27-30 September 2018. 

Works by two UNT composers have been selected for performance on the 2018 SCI Student National Conference at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music (September 2018): doctoral composer Jacob Thiede's work And everything in-between for flute and computer music, and alumnus composer Daniel Sabzghabaei's (BM 2014) wind ensemble work, ThruDimension, the latter of which will be performed by the IU Symphonic Band, conducted by Prof. Eric M. Smedley.

The first movement of Becoming, a new work for live piano and voice, immersive sound, projected digital video and graphics, and dance by alumnus composer Brad Robin (PhD 2016) was previewed at Northwestern University in June 2018.  Dr. Robin is currently a lecturer in the Music Department at DePaul University, Chicago. 

Faculty composer Joseph Klein will be one of two featured composers (along with Libby Larsen) at the 38th Annual Contemporary Music Festival at James Madison University (Harrisonburg, VA), 22-24 October 2018.  

Undergraduate composer Cody Myre has been invited to attend the 2019 Cortona Sessions for New Music in Cortona, Italy, from 18 May through 1 June 2019. During the sessions, a new work of his will be premiered.

Undergraduate composer Cody Myre’s work for bass clarinet, titled Emerge, will be performed at the 2019 Washington State University Festival of Contemporary Art Music on the weekend of 28 February 2019 by clarinetist Ashley Holtrop.

Alumnus composer Daniel Sabzghabaei's (BM 2014) recent New York Festival of Song commission, At The Door, will receive a reprise in the Spring of 2019, on a program entitled Hyphenated Americans, as part of the NYFOS main-stage season, Wednesday 20 February 2019 at the Kaufman Music Center, inside Merkin Hall.

Upcoming Events

Sep
23
Music Now

Composer, physicist, and UNT faculty member Marco Buongiorno-Nardelli — "Music as Data, Data as Music"

Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater
11:00am
Sep
30
Music Now

Guest composer Maria Schneider

Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater
11:00am
Oct
07
Music Now

Guest composer Michael Ippolito

Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater
11:00am