Subject: Re: Reminder: 15th Annual Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival
From: pKniffer (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Oct 18 2005 - 18:34:09 EDT
Excuse me -
I will be in Fort Lauderdale between the 26th and 31st - are there any
electroacoustics related events happening within this window of time?
I am a casualy of having a father that drags me to the boat show.
On Tue, 18 Oct 2005 09:35:26 -0400, "SUK JUN KIM" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Hello again from the land of the gator (great and thunderous
> octophonic resonator that is)! Please excuse the duplications and
> cross postings. I wanted to remind you that the receipt deadline for
> the 15th Annual Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival is now about 2
> weeks away. I look forward to seeing many new faces and many
> longtime friends and colleagues at this year's event. Again, please
> be advised that there is an official form required with each
> submission - see below for details.
> Fifteenth Annual Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival
> April 6-8, 2006
> University of Florida
> Gainesville - Florida - United States of America
> Composer-in-Residence, John Chowning
> James Paul Sain and Paul Koonce, Co-hosts
> After fourteen years of service to the profession, the Florida
> Electroacoustic Music Festival enters its 15th year of bringing together
> an international rostrum of today's electroacoustic composers to present
> their cutting-edge music. Past composers-in-residence have included
> world renowned composers Hubert S. Howe, Jr., Cort Lippe, Gary Nelson,
> Jon Appleton, Joel Chadabe, Larry Austin, Barry Truax, Richard
> Boulanger, Paul Lansky, James Dashow, and Morton Subotnick.
> Call for Works
> A call for electroacoustic art music works that fit into one of the
> following categories:
> works for recorded media alone
> - two to eight channel works for performance on up to 14
> speakers (see media formats supported)
> - video works
> works for recorded media and instrument(s)
> - special interest in works for flute,
> clarinet, saxophone, horn, trombone,
> contra-bass, piano, and percussion
> works utilizing interactive applications/interfaces
> electroacoustic improvisation, alternative controllers,
> and new
> approaches to sound with other media in performance.
> Supported resources include:
> - Cycling 74's Max/Msp
> - SuperCollider
> - Kyma X w/ Capybara 320
> - Yamaha Disklavier Grand Piano
> - Proposals for other technologies will be considered
> media formats supported: audio - CD, 16 and 24 bit RDAT,
> Tascam DA-88/DTRS, Alesis ADAT; video - DVD and
> VHS (NTSC)
> Deadline for the receipt of submitted work(s): November 1, 2005
> Works using live performance must be accompanied by a tape of a
> performance or high quality realization.
> All submissions must include performance materials in one of the media
> listed above, performance parts and/or a score, a brief biography
> (75-100 words), program notes (100 words or less), and submission form
> <http://emu.music.ufl.edu/downloads/femf15sub.pdf>. Biographies or notes
> in excess of the maximum will be truncated. Incomplete submissions will
> not be considered. Please indicate whether the composer can provide the
> performer(s). Contact information on the required submission form must
> include a phone number, address, and if available, an email address, web
> site, and fax number. A self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) is
> required for the return of all materials (or international postal
> response return coupons). Materials not accompanied by a SASE will
> become property of the Florida Electroacoustic Music Studio.
> Composers may submit no more than two compositions for performance
> consideration on the 15th Annual Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival.
> Composers selected for performance are required to attend the festival;
> this is to provide the festival with a sense of community. The festival
> is unable to provide travel grants or honoraria.
> Should a composer be unable to attend the festival their work will not
> be presented.
> Call for Papers/Presentations
> A call for papers, studio reports, and lecture/demonstrations dealing
> with the technology, musicology, and/or aesthetics of electroacoustic
> Submissions from all current areas of research are encouraged. Possible
> topics include: acoustic ecology, interactive composition/synthesis,
> algorithmic composition, new musical interfaces, and new
> synthesis/processing techniques. Authors selected will be given 30
> minutes to present their paper (20 minutes for delivery, and 10
> for questions and answers).
> Deadline for receipt of submitted materials: November 1, 2005
> Three copies of the completed paper, studio report, or
> lecture/demonstration abstract must be accompanied by a brief biography
> of 75-100 words and a contact sheet (abstract and biography should be
> promptly available on data CD or via electronic transmission upon
> selection). Biographies in excess of the maximum will be truncated.
> Contact information sheet must include a phone number, address, and, if
> available, email address, web site, and fax number. All submitted papers
> will become part of the Florida Electroacoustic Music Studio Library.
> SEND SUBMISSION OR INQUIRES TO:
> Dr. James Paul Sain, FEMS Director
> University of Florida School of Music
> P.O. Box 117900/130 Music Bldg.
> Gainesville, FL 32611-7900
> (352) 392-0223 ext. 240/voice
> (352) 392-0461/fax
> More information on the electroacoustic music program at the University
> of Florida and the Florida Electroacoustic Music Studio can be found at:
> The University of Florida is located in the North Central Florida city
> of Gainesville. Gainesville is served by Delta Airlines (via American
> Southeast Airlines), USAir Express and Northwest Airlines. The city is
> approximately a two and a half hour drive by car from Jacksonville,
> Tallahassee, Orlando, and Tampa, Florida. Airport shuttle service can be
> provided by the festival hotel for transportation from/to the
> Gainesville Regional Airport (but not to other area airports).
> Anticipated notification of selection for those with email access will
> begin November 23, 2005. Please add an appropriate delay for postal
> Current information on this FEMF15 call can be found at:
> Complete FEMF15 program will be available at:
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