August 1 - 13, 2022
A VIRTUAL FESTIVAL FOR COMPOSERS OF NEW MUSIC
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FACULTY & GUEST ARTISTS
BRANDON J. ROLLE
A Los Angeles-based composer and conductor, Dr. Rolle's interdisciplinary approach to composition incorporates psychoacoustics, computer programming, and electronic techniques.
Guest Artist, Cello
Principal Cello of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, deMaine is an incredibly accomplished musician with a passion for new music.
Performance Faculty, Viola
Violist and co-founder of new-music duo Spacepants, Wade is a versatile musician with an incredible range of experience from the studio to experimental performance art.
Maestro Vizireanu is an active conductor who is passionate about bringing new music and living composers to his audiences through creative programming.
Guest Artist, Composition
Composer, Performer, Improviser, and Inventor Mari Kimura is truly a one-of a-kind musician, trailblazing an exciting path in performative technology.
Performance Faculty, Cello
Walters performs some of the most demanding and virtuosic new repertoire for cello, including works written through her collaboration with the composer.
Feigin's brilliant music combines a deep sense of tradition inspired by his studies with Nadia Boulanger and Roger Sessions, with an ambitious and curious musical imagination.
Performance Faculty, Piano
Grammy-nominated pianist Aron Kallay is a virtuosic and versatile musician, whose experience includes performing intermedia, microtonal and electroacoustic music.
Consisting of world-class musicians, Brightwork is a flexible and fearless ensemble championing the works of today's best living composers.
Performance Faculty, Violin
With an international career as a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician, Dr. Aubrun brings exciting and intelligent approach to new music.
Performance Faculty, Flute
Principal flute for L.A.'s experimental classical ensemble, Wild Up, Grammy-nominated McKibben has extensive experience in new music and working with living composers.
Solo and chamber musician Andrew Tholl is a performer-composer with a breadth of experience spanning studio, classical, and experimental work.
WHAT PAST PARTICIPANTS ARE SAYING
Unlike Anything Else
I attend lots of festivals - I even did so during lockdown - and INMF2020 really stood out. I felt that the faculty of composers and performers were exceptionally generous with their time and knowledge. More than that, however, I felt that they had a clear and current focus on the world of music making, gave honest answers to difficult questions, and actually offered me practical, usable advice on how to further my career. I came away from every session feeling energised and motivated. I would strongly recommend this festival.