Kyle Vanderburg is an emerging composer of finely-crafted acoustic and electronic music. He also runs the musical workshop NoteForge, which produces apps like Liszt.

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New program note for Earmarks

07/02/2018 03:29 PM

Earmarks was commissioned by the Boreas Ensemble at North Dakota State University, and despite my best efforts, it took on a vaguely political theme. In the early stages of writing this piece, I shared online the idea of writing a work for piano, clarinet, and saxophone where the piano played for as long as the […]

Hello wordpress!

05/31/2018 03:57 AM

When I started blogging like nine years ago, I started a blog with WordPress. As I built Liszt up and tried to do everything in-house, I moved the entire blog to Liszt. After working to streamline Liszt as much as possible, there’s not much need for a blog function. And also Liszt didn’t have fantastic […]

Earmarks III: Swing State

05/22/2018 05:47 PM

Earmarks Mvmt I: Echo Chamber

05/04/2018 05:06 PM

Collapsing

02/01/2018 07:32 PM

Late last year, I launched OpenKyle, which was an experiment based on Austin Kleon's Show Your Work. It was a lot of fun, and it kept me motivated to push updates every day to YouTube while I worked on a saxophone and tape piece titled Austerity. And then, I moved to the tape piece The Earth Shall […]

Tempest in a Teakettle selected for SEAMUS

12/05/2017 03:19 PM

University of Oregon  School of Music December 4, 2017 Kyle Vanderburg =email omitted= Submission number: omitted Thank you for your submission to the SEAMUS 2018 National Conference at the University of Oregon.  Congratulations, Tempest in a Teakettle has been accepted for presentation at the conference.  Installations will be presented during the course of the conference […]

The Earth Shall Soon Dissolve Like Snow 20171126

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