Nullius in Verba by Robert Scott Thompson, featured at this year's Seoul International Festival, Oct. 10-13

Date: 

Oct 13 2019 - 10:00am

Drawn from submissions of over 150 works from 25 countries, the Seoul International Computer Music Festival has selected this year's winning entries:

• 조영재 : “Splitter”
• Clemens von Reusner : “Anamorphosis”
• Diego Ratto : “KOM”
• Fernando Egido : “Homo Homini Lupus”
• Giulio Colangelo : “ORGANISMO APERTO No.3”
• Hiromu Takano : “Redundancy and Sign”
• Hsien-Te Hsieh : “Impressions of Chinese Opera”
• Jay Afrisando : “Ungklang-Angklung”
• Jon Christopher Nelson : “When Left To His Own Devices”
• Kyohei Hayashi : “Iris Mugen Sky”
• Massimo Vito Avantaggiato : “ET ERIT LUX LUNAE SICUT LUX SOLIS”
• Parsa MohammadiNejadShomali : “Breathe”
• Pinda Ho : “Parle Do I”
• Robert McClure : “in excess”
• Robert Scott Thompson : “Nullius in Verba”
• Rodney Waschka : “A Portrait of Larry Austin”
• Yng-Torng Kuo : “Horology”
• Yu Chung Tseng : “Metascape iii- the Inner Soundscape of Guzheng”
• Karl F. Gerber : “Year Seven”
• Maxime Mantovani : “Aux âmes”
• 유현진 : “Essential sound”
• Butch Rovan : “of the survival of images ”
• Chi Wang : “Qin”
• Jeffrey Stolet : “I’mPossible”
• Neil Rolnick : “Messages”
• 박선유 : “LOOK”
• Austin Yip : “City Beats”
• Karl F. Gerber : “Installation for Violinautomat”
• Marc Vilanova : “Aresta”
• Xiao Hu : “Fantasy Scene”