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Example of Mixed Music 

Prizes and Awards

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Fields of Darkness and Light by Adrian Moore

An example of a 'mixed' work for violin and electroacoustic sound. 

Prizes and awards to USSS Researchers over the past few years.

Alejandro Albornoz:

  • Third Prize at SIME (France), 2016, for his piece 'La Lumière'.

Issac Baggaley:

  • Finalist at SIME (France), 2016.

Chris Bevan:

  • First Prize at JIM (France/Canada), 2015 for Circum
  • Finalist at SIME (France), 2016 for Parted Reflections
  • Residency Prix at CIME, 2017 for Circum 
  • First Prize at Musica Viva (Portugal) for Ceramos
  • Prize at Festival Exhibitronic (France) for Under Fluid Skies 

Dimitrios Saava:

  • Third prize in the Iannis Xenakis International Electroacoustic Composition, Thessaloniki, Greece, for the composition Moment of Liberty II: Falling Within. (2019)
  • Fourth place in SIME 2019 International Electroacoustic Music Competition, Lille, France, for the composition Moment of Liberty II: Falling Within. (2019)
  • “Highly commented” mention from the Arts Electronica Forum Wallis 2019 festival, Switzerland, for the composition Balloon Theories.   
  • “ Mention” 10th biennial International Electroacoustic Music Competition Metamorphose 2018, Brussels, Belgium, for the composition Moment of Liberty II: Falling Within.
  • Finalist at SIME (France), 2016 - Balloon Theories

Vanessa Sorce-Levesque:

  • First Prize at JTTP (Canada), 2016.

Adrian Moore:

James Surgenor:

  • First Prize (Category A) at Musica Nova (Czech Republic) 2016: Twist and Turn.

Adam Stanovic:

  • Nov 2019 Finalist in Category A, Musica Nova, Czech Republic. Piece: Baltazar’s Adventure through the Great Machine.
  • July 2019 Commission from the Groupe de recherches musicales (GRM), Paris, for a new work to be performed in May 2020.
  • Nov 2018 Winner of degree II (Electroacoustic Composition) in Category B (professionals) at the International Festival/Competition of Electroacoustic Music and Multimedia “>SYNC.2018”, Yekaterinburg, Russia. Piece: Commuter Flights
  • Nov 2018 Winner of degree II (Electroacoustic Composition) in Category B (professionals) at the International Festival/Competition of Electroacoustic Music and Multimedia “>SYNC.2018”, Yekaterinburg, Russia. Piece: Helix
  • Oct 2018 Honourable Mention in MusicAcoustica International Composition Competition, Beijing, China. Piece: Would be to Seek.
  • May 2018 2nd Prize in the Eleventh International Competition of Electroacoustic Composition and Visual Music, Destellos Foundation, Argentina. Piece: Foundry Flux.
  • Sept 2017 Selection in the Tenth International Competition of Electroacoustic Composition and Visual Music, Destellos Foundation, Argentina. Piece: INAM.
  • Nov 2016 Finalist in Category A, Musica Nova, Czech Republic. Piece: INAM.
  • August 2016 Nomination in the Ninth International Competition of Electroacoustic Composition and Visual Music, Destellos Foundation, Argentina. Piece: Ctrl C.
  • May 2016 Honourable Mention, Musica Viva 2016, Miso Music, Portugal. Piece: Foundry Flux.
  • Oct 2015 Winner of degree II (Electroacoustic Composition) in Category B (professionals). at the International Festival/Competition of Electroacoustic Music and Multimedia “>SYNC.2015”, Yekaterinburg, Russia. Piece: Metallurgic.

Ross Davidson:

  • 2017 - won student category in Klang! For composition Veins Coalesce
  • 2017 - Veins Coalesce played as part of The Engine Room International Sound Art Exhibition, London
  • 2016 - Granite selected to be played in Ai Maako, Santiago


 

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