Exciting news from student chapters across the regions: the recently appointed student representatives of each region have been planning “Snapshot Conferences” for student members to participate in.
- Region I has recently hosted a meet up between schools to exchange scores.
- Region IV is hosting a conference in Columbus GA between the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, the University of Florida, and Columbus State University on April 3 and 4.
- Region V will host a conference between Butler University and Ball State University on April 12th.
- Region VI will host a conference at the University of Kansas later this spring.
Please contact your regional student representative if you’d like to be involved!
Read Nickitas Demos’s article “Atlanta in Distress & Why You Should Care” in the SCI Newsletter (XLIV: 6).
It is with great pleasure that SCI announces the works that have been selected for the next SCI CD, Volume 29:
Mark Zanter: PERSISTENCE OF MEMORY
Shawn Crouch: ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
Kai-Young Chan: IGNIS FATUUS
Anne Neikirk: GANGREL
Ferdinando De Sena: BETWEEN LOGIC AND RHETORIC
Federico Jes Bonacossa: RIVIR
Kyong Mee Choi and Timothy Ernest Johnson: TENSILE STRENGTH
Christopher Biggs: GREED
Chi-hin Leung: UTMOST ATTACK
Andrian Pertout: ECHOES FROM THE PAST
Congratulations to our winners!
Many acknowledgements and thanks go to our judges: Mei Fang Lin, David Carpenter, Andy Walters, Natalie Williams, Elizabeth Vercoe, and Brian Bevelander. Thank you for volunteering your time and expertise to adjudicate this call!
Looking for more information about the SCI Composers’ CD Series? Click the link!
Read Michael Zapruder’s article “Composing in the Wilderness” in the SCI Newsletter (XLIV: 5).
For many SCI Members, it’s time to renew your membership. Simply click the How to Join and follow the instructions.
Read Max Giteck Duykers’s article “Quantifying MIDI Use for Instrumental Composers” in the latest issue of the SCI Newsletter.
Issues #50 and #51 of the SCI Journal of Music Scores have been published. Works included are:
- Federico Bonacossa – Rivir
- Bryce Cannell – Refractions
- Eric Guinivan – Aspen Winds
- Corey Keating – As the Night Blooms
- Philip Schuessler – Monochrome Variations
- Jay C. Batzner – Silhouettes, Receding
- Eric Guinivan – Prelude: Hymn and Snowfall
- Jessica Rudman – First Praise
- Nolan Stolz – Princess Ka’iulani
- Jacob Walls – Thirst