Tatiana Riabinkina: No War

Tatiana Riabinkina

Tatiana Riabinkina started composing when as a child. She grew up in Yekaterinburg, Russia, but moved to Moscow to study music more seriously, and in 2013, she graduated from the Moscow College of Improvisational Music, as a bass player. In 2018, she received a Diploma with Excellence from the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music as…

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Philip Dadson: Global Hockets

Philip Dadson

Philip Dadson (b. 1946) is a sound and intermedia artist with an interdisciplinary practice including solo performances and exhibitions, building experimental instruments and sonic objects, video/sound installation; music composition, graphic scores and improvisations on invented instruments. He is the founder of the sound-performance group, From Scratch, (1974–2002), known widely for its rhythmic and distinctive performances…

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Antonia Barnett-McIntosh: Wild Fabrics–you couldn’t really tell

Antonia Barnett-McIntosh

Antonia Barnett-McIntosh is a composer, performer, sound artist, and editor. Her works incorporate slippage and forced failure, improvisation and the live space, and investigate speech as music: the pitches, rhythms, conversational overlaps of our everyday. In juxtaposing the formalities of presentation and the aesthetics of failure, she gently taps on the borders between performance and…

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Georgina Palmer: A Music Everywhere

Georgina Palmer

(Submitted by ISCM – NEW ZEALAND SECTION) Georgina Palmer began playing the piano in 2008 at the age of six. During her first year of piano studies she also began to compose, entering and performing her first solo piano work in a competition at the age of seven. Throughout school Georgina was actively involved in music—since…

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Jesse Austin-Stewart: lighthouse auralization

Jesse Austin-Stewart

(Submitted by ISCM – NEW ZEALAND SECTION) Jesse Austin-Stewart (b. 1996) is a Wellington-based sonic artist with a focus on spatial sound. He is currently working on his PhD at Massey University researching barriers of capital within spatial audio. About lighthouse auralization (2020), Austin-Stewart writes: Lighthouses have been used as a way to identify position through…

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Linda Dallimore: Ascension

Linda Dallimore

(Submitted by ISCM – NEW ZEALAND SECTION) Linda Dallimore (b. 1981) is an emerging composer and flutist hailing from Auckland, New Zealand. She loves writing music for orchestras and chamber ensembles. Her music explores textures, colours, and often draws inspiration from personal experiences, the environment, and social and political topics. Linda’s music has been performed by…

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Chris Cree Brown: Inner Bellow

Chris Cree Brown

(Submitted by ISCM – NEW ZEALAND SECTION) Chris Cree Brown (b. 1953) is currently a freelance Composer and Sonic Artist. In 2018, he retired from his position as Associate Professor at the School of Music, University of Canterbury. His main interests include conventional instrumental composition, electroacoustic and computer music, and inter-media art. In August 2018, he…

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Alissa Long: Popoto Waiata

Alissa Long

(Submitted by ISCM – NEW ZEALAND SECTION) Alissa Long was born in Jordan, raised in Taiwan, and is now permanently based in New Zealand. She studied at Soochow University in Taipei, and finished her Master of Arts degree in 2012. She is a composer, arranger, and educator, with over a decade of experience in creating new…

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Kirsten Strom: Ktisis

Kirsten Strom

(Submitted by ISCM – NEW ZEALAND SECTION) Kirsten Strom (b. 1994) is a young New Zealand composer, conductor and creative writer. Her award-winning music has been performed internationally, commissioned, and aired on national radio. Her work often draws from mixed media, music with a conscience, the profound themes of the Bible, and the complex beauty of…

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