Composer Nicholas Casswell (UK) | 作曲家Nicholas Casswell (英國)

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In 2000, his string quartet composition “Papillon” won the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society’s Millennium Composing Award and was also performed at the 2001 Gaudeamus Music Week. The first movement of his “The Transformation and Other Stories” earned him the title of most promising composer at the 7th International Young Composers Meeting in Apeldoorn.

2000年Casswell 為弦樂四重奏創作的作品Papillon,贏得Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society’s Millennium Composing Award 獎項,並於2001 年Gaudeamus Music Week演出。他的作品《The Transformation and Other Stories”》讓他在第七屆阿珀爾多恩International Young Composers Meeting獲得最有淺力創作者頭銜(most promising composer )。

In 2003, “Temporal Trajectories” for percussion quartet was awarded second prize at the 2nd Jurgenson International Young Composers Competition in Moscow. Under a fellowship awarded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, he conducted research into the Korean folk music sanjo at London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies. Nicholas Casswell is currently Lecturer in Interdisciplinary Performing Arts at University of Central Lancashire, Preston.

2003年,他為打擊樂四重奏所創作的《Temporal Trajectories》贏得第二屆 莫斯科Jurgenson International Young Composers Competition第二名。在獲得Arts and Humanities Research Council的獎學金後,Casswell 在London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies進行他對於韓國傳統音樂Sanjo的研究。Casswell目前任職於Interdisciplinary Performing Arts at University of Central Lancashire, Preston。

In Experimental Winter – Contemporary Music Concert, Timo Kinnunen is going to play a world premiere of new work for accordion composed by Nicholas Casswell.

手風琴演奏家 Timo Kinnunen 將在《冬令實驗_當代音樂演奏會_2017台北》裡演出作曲家 Nicholas Casswell為手風琴創作的全新曲目。

Samples | 範例:

Nicholas Casswell – Five Pieces

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