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“Tape Piece” selected for La Hora Acusmática

I’m spending the week working on some publishing updates, getting some scores up and ready to distribute, and finishing up an orchestra piece, But meanwhile, from the inbox this week:


Dear artist

After an arduous task by our evaluation commission, the works listed below have been selected for our “Fourth Cycle of Virtual Concerts” of “La Hora Acusmática”.

We will shortly send you the schedule of the four concerts planned for 2024.

Congratulations

.Works selected:

“Flutervoice II”     Gustavo Chab
“Hiperaural”     Ricardo De Armas
“Fire and dice 2014”     Eric Delgado
“Spider web”     Benjamin Fuhrman
“Beyond 88”      Mattew Lam
“Noturno”     Eduardo Nespoli
“Bayou”      Michael Rosas Cobian
“Post Anthropocene”     Edmar Soria
“Tape piece”     Kyle Vandenburg
“Glitch Mass”     Davide Vannuccini
“Abedul”    Cami Albarracin
“7 minutes of recistance”     Cristian Biasin
“Filo entre los espacios”     Francis Rodriguez
“Sancocho”     Sergio Flórez Rincón
“Mental upgrade”     Simón Hutchinson
“Antithesis”     Maxwell Miller
“Onirico y perpetuo”     Rafael de Rioja
“Grind”     Droki Ouro
“Parallaxe Parataxe”     Nicola Cappeletti
“Watching time”     Adolfo Núñez
“Granciporro”     Leonardo Vita
“Thales from Dylawerson”     Onur Dülger
Ausdrüecke – Jakob Gruchmann
“Bound”     Lack Ballard
“Cloud chamber Remix” Heinz-Josef Florian
“Theurgy”     Elliot Yair Hernández López
“Mutations”     David Jason Snow
“Digital Hymn”     Masafumi Oda
“Dolente”     Piotr Pawlik
“Dim life”     Seokmin Kang
“Le bruit de suspirs”     Roxanne Turcotte
“YTEcho”     Andreja Andric

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Presenting on the creative process in Washington, DC in November.

From the inbox:


Dear Kyle Vanderburg,

We are happy to inform you that your presentation, “Debugging the Composer: designing a tool for self-reported composition processes” has been accepted to ATMI 2024 in Washington, D.C. November 7-9. Congratulations. 

We ask that you 1) reply to this email confirming your intentions to present at the conference by May 15, and (2) register for the conference by June 20. Participants are also required to be active members of ATMI at least 1 month prior to the National conference. Information about hotels and ATMI member discount will be sent in the next few weeks.

CMS Registration link:https://www.music.org/index.php?option=com_eventbooking&task=register.individual_registration&event_id=138&Itemid=5784  

ATMI Registration link: https://www.atmimusic.com/join/ 

Important Dates

May 15- Declare interest in presenting at conference

June 20th – Presenter Registration Deadline
July 1st – Bios/abstracts/headshots due
August 1st – Schedule Finalized
September 19th – Hotel Reservation Deadline

Please look for further correspondence regarding the date and time of your presentation. Due to shared programming with CMS, requests to present on specific dates may not be granted. 

Congrats again and we look forward to welcoming you to Washington DC in November. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions at all before the event.

Sincerely,

ATMI 2024 Programming committee

Jason Fick, Chair
Kyle Vanderburg
Teresa Nakra
VJ Manzo
Peter Webster

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The Earth Shall Soon Dissolve Like Snow accepted for 2024 National CMS Conference in Washington DC

Last week, as I was working on preparations for the College Music Society’s regional conference at NDSU, I received notification about an acceptance to their national conference this fall in Washington.


Dear Kyle Vanderburg,

Greetings from The College Music Society. I am pleased to inform you that your proposal for the 2024 CMS National Conference has been accepted! Below you will find a link to an official letter of invitation to participate in the conference, which will take place in Washington, D.C., November 7-9, 2024.

If you have any questions about your proposal’s acceptance or the conference, please contact Charlie Chadwell of the CMS office. 

We look forward to your participation!

Sincerely,

Rachel Roberts

Chair, Program Committee
2024 CMS National Conference

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You Can’t Outrun Your Daydreams now available on MUSLAB-Complex Planet

This was in the works for most of the fall semester, but I can finally announce that my You Can’t Outrun Your Daydreams has been released on Volume 1 of MUSLAB’s Complex Planet album.

From back in September:

Kyle
MUSLAB International Electroacoustic Music Exhibition is pleased to inform you that your work has been selected to participate in the Phonographic co-production – MUSLAB- Cero Records PLANETA COMPLEJO.
This is an opportunity that we offer to people who have passed the curatorship process and who have chosen the option to participate in the selection for co-production CDs.

Your work as a composer offers an interesting perspective to our musical community, since it combines research and artistic creation proposing a personal aesthetic. Therefore, it fits perfectly with the general interests of the exhibition.

The COMPLEX PLANET exhibition includes a selection of different sound, video art and photographic works, where our different cultural identities are analyzed through the relationship between endemic social processes and globalization. The proposal is based on the fact that a fundamental characteristic, which enables evolution in nature, not only in biological contexts but also in social and cultural ones. Thus, both the endemic and global factors are a guarantee of evolution and adaptability that has to do with the importance of diversity.

Receive a cordial congratulations from the MUSLAB team.

Here’s a copy of the cover of the three-volume set:

Complex Planet/Planeta Complejo is available on all streaming platforms, online at http://www.cero-records.com/release/muslab-planeta-complejo-vol-1·2·3/, or if you’d like a physical copy, I have some left.

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Kyle Vanderburg