Upcoming Performances Past Performances. For many years, he lived in Germany where he directed Ensemble Surprise. Born and raised in the ethnically diverse city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, she is fascinated by the various shades of sound-colour that is unique to each culture. Her love for the weird and wonderful in the workings of the human mind and in the natural world informs much of her music, which often deal with themes of loneliness and self-reflection. Sue-Anne began rearranging music for chamber groups and ensembles at the age of 16, and realised her love for creating in university under the guidance of Dr Ken Murray, Dr Tim Dargaville, and Dr Miriama Young. She has also received the critical support of Geoffrey Williams and James Cecil in expanding her compositional palette to electronic and pop music. His current interests are exploring tap dance as compositional medium and using tempo as a compositional device.
Nicholas Bentz wins first prize at Tribeca New Music’s Young Composer Competition
Since its inaugural year in , it has become an outlet for independent filmmakers in all genres to release their work to a broad audience. In and , the festival received over 8, film submissions and held 1, screenings. The festival also features panel discussions with people in the entertainment world and a music lounge produced with the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers ASCAP to showcase artists. One of the more distinctive components of the festival is its artists awards program in which emerging and established artists celebrate filmmakers by providing original works of art that are given to the filmmakers' competition winners. The festival now [ when?
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Login or register to start creating your own playlist! Fostering connection, deepening knowledge, and encouraging support for a diverse constituency of new music practitioners and appreciators in the United States. Tribeca New Music is a not-for-profit organization that promotes a bold new classical music genre infused with pop culture. Our core group of professional artists engage the public with compelling performances that stimulate and inspire, offering new and recent works with passion and integrity. The goal is to forge new links between musicians and a growing audience of adventurous music lovers through concerts, commissions, competitions, educational initiatives, dialogue, and our annual Tribeca New Music Festival. The Tribeca New Music Festival is a celebrated concert series that presents new and recent works by contemporary composers, performed by professional performing artists of the highest caliber. The programming puts an emphasis on works that are in the field of avant pop—music that utilizes elements of American pop culture as part a fundamental part of its language. The Festival has become an important nexus for composers, performers, sound designers, and the audience—bringing these groups together through collaboration, performances, and discussion. It offers career-building opportunities to composers and performing artists who are given more latitude to engage in works much larger in scope. Our in-house ensemble, The Monsters!