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Microtiming as a Compositional Material

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Tue Mar 6
UBC Rhythm Research Cluster:
Exploring Musical Time
Symposium: Microtiming and Musical Motion

Composition Seminar: "Microtiming as a Compositional Material"
Richard Beaudoin, Dartmouth College
12:00 noon – 1:00 pm, Room 400B, Music Building

For more information, please visit the Symposium page.

About the Presenter:

Richard Beaudoin (Dartmouth College) is a composer whose music and writings explore compositional uses of microtiming. He taught composition and theory at Harvard University for eight years (2008-16), was a Visiting Research Fellow at the Royal Academy of Music, London (2016-17), and has also held the post of Valentine Visiting Professor of Music at Amherst College. His work has been performed by artists and ensembles including Roomful of Teeth, Claire Chase, Dashon Burton, Mark Knoop, Annette Dasch, the Chiara and Kreutzer String Quartets, Konzerthaus Dortmund, Staatstheater Kassel, and Boston Lyric Opera.




Earlier Event: March 5
Divisional Concert: Voice
Later Event: March 6
Divisional Concert: Keyboard