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2017年5月26日

【Discussion of My Recent Works: Tracing Asian Cultural Legacies and Traditional Sensibilities in "Time Song V: Mandala" and "Imagined Sceneries" 】Koji Nakano

Discussion of My Recent Works: Tracing Asian Cultural Legacies and Traditional Sensibilities in "Time Song V: Mandala" and "Imagined Sceneries"         


   主講人:Koji Nakano




日期:20170602()
時間:13:30~15:10
地點:音樂系一館M102
北藝大作曲組必到
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Koji Nakano

 Award-winning composer Koji Nakano’s music reflects the relationship between beauty, form and imperfection through the formality of music. In 2008, he became the first composer to receive the S&R Washington Award Grand Prize. Since then, Dr. Nakano has been recognized as one of the major voices among Asian composers of his generation. His portrait concert has been presented at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, at Tenri Cultural Institute of New York, among others. In the winter quarter of 2013, he was a visiting faculty member at the University of California at Santa Cruz, where he taught world music composition. As a guest professor, he has previously taught composition at Taipei National University of the Arts, National Taiwan University of Arts, and Seoul National University in South Korea. In 2016, Dr. Nakano was the Scripps Erma Taylor O’Brien Distinguished Visiting Professor at Scripps College in USA. As the co-founder of the Asian Young Musicians’ Connection (AYMC), Dr. Nakano regularly promotes new music by commissioning emerging composers to create music for worldwide professional musicians for its annual concerts, lectures and workshops. He is currently the Head of International Affairs on the Faculty of Music and Performing Arts at Burapha University in Thailand, where he also works as a full-time faculty member in composition.

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