Andrew Babcock, College of Fine Arts School of Music doctoral composition student, was awarded first place in the Sound in Space competition. The international competition was sponsored through the Goethe-Institut of Boston and the Cultural Services of the French Consulate in partnership with Northeastern University and Harvard University as part of The Art of Interpretation Festival. The festival, which took place at the Fenway Center in Boston, November 17-19, celebrated the 60-year tradition of electroacoustic music in France and Germany. Finalists presented their acousmatic compositions on Harvard University’s 32-speaker Hydra diffusion system. Fellow School of Music doctoral composition student Chester Udell joined Babcock at the festival as one of the six finalists.
For more information on Sound in Space, visit www.goethe.de/boston-soundinSPACE; For more information on Hydra, visit http://huseac.fas.harvard.edu/4-hydra/hydra.html.
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