Posts Tagged ‘Theory and Analysis’

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Dan Caputo invited as Composer-in-Residence for Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music

September 19, 2023

USC Thornton Composition program alumnus and faculty member Dan Caputo (DMA ’19, BM ’13) was a Composer-in-Residence for the 2023 Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, held July 30–August 13. His work Liminal, which premiered with the USC Thornton Symphony in 2018, was performed by the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra on August 13 under conductor and musical… Continue reading Dan Caputo invited as Composer-in-Residence for Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music

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Daniel Allas

October 18, 2021

Daniel Allas makes and performs instrumental and electronic music. His recent work researches intermedial forms of performance, critical theory (particularly in relation to colonial studies), and collaborative composition processes. In this work, he has collaborated with classical music groups including ensemble mosaik, wasteLAnd, the LA Philharmonic, Peter Evans and the International Contemporary Ensemble, wild Up,… Continue reading Daniel Allas

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Juan Pablo Contreras

August 27, 2021

Juan Pablo Contreras is a Latin GRAMMY®-nominated composer who combines Western classical and Mexican folk music in a single soundscape.

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Nicolás Lell Benavides

August 27, 2021

Nicolas Tell Benavides is a celebrated composer who works in opera, dance and chamber music.

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Dan Caputo

June 14, 2021

Dan Caputo (b. 1991) is a Los Angeles-based composer and producer of instrumental and electronic music whose work has been described as “sprawling [and] dreamlike,” “sumptuously depict[ing]” its subject matter (San Francisco Classical Voice). Weaving a range of stylistic influences into his psychologically-bent music, Dan aims to construct immersive sonic experiences colored by curious and thought-provoking… Continue reading Dan Caputo