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Charla: Daniel Blinkhorn en Practicas de Vuelo 2016

23 de junio del 2016


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Lugar: estudio FFT

 

Presentará las actividades en las que ha trabajado en el último tiempo que inspiran sus composiciones ecoacústicas y cómo transforma los materiales que utiliza para construir su composición.

 

Daniel is an Australian composer, sound and new media artist currently residing in Sydney.

 

He has worked in a variety of creative, academic, research and teaching contexts, and is currently lecturing into the composition and music technology department at the Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. He is also an ardent location field recordist, where he has embarked upon a growing number of recording expeditions throughout Africa, Alaska, Amazon, West Indies, Northern Europe, Middle East, Australia and the high Arctic/ North Pole region ofSvalbard.

 

His creative works have received various international and national composition citations, with recent activities including winner of a ‘Giga-Hertz-Preis für elektronische Musik | Giga-Hertz-Award’ – Germany, winner of the ‘International Computer Music Association’ – ‘Asia Oceania Award’ – 2013, winner of the ‘9th International Composition Competition – Città di Udine’, Italy and winner of both categories of  ‘>SYNC.2015’ – International Festival / Competition of Electroacoustic music and Multimedia, held by Yekaterinburg ElectroAcoustic Music Studio (YEAMS) at Ural State M.P.Mussorgsky Conservatory, Russia.

 

He is self-taught in electroacoustic’s and sound art, however has formally studied composition and the creative arts at a number of Australian universities including the College of Fine Arts - UNSW and the Faculty of Creative Arts, UOW where his doctoral degree in creative arts was recommended for special commendation. Other degrees include a BMus  (hons), MMus, and a MA(r).

 

More information about Daniel, as well as samples of his work can be found

 

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