Guthrie’s proposal Understanding Organized Sound and Abstract Musical Narratives has been selected for the 2020 Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society Annual Conference (KEAMSAC). This program will be live-streamed, and will include several performances, presentations, and discussion. Stay tuned for more!
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Ian Evans Guthrie has been offered (and has accepted) the Mile High Freedom Band 2021 Commission! A huge thanks to his teachers and mentors at Florida State University’s College of Music and Texas Christian University’s School of Music – both his alma maters.
Find the full blog announcement here.
Composer-pianist-improviser-teacher Ian Guthrie recently passed his doctoral dissertation, entitled Voices of the Earth. Consequently, he is now officially Dr. Guthrie. He still offers his same services, but now at an even higher level on the both the academic and professional planes!
Guthrie has recently received several new accolades: winner for the Polymorphia 2019 Call for Scores; featured composer for the Northwest Symphony Orchestra (Burien, WA) in their “Music for the Soul” concert on Mar. 14th, 2020; and artist-in-residence for June-July at Aldes/SPAM! residency (Lucca, Italy);
In Theory and Analysis: “Rhythm as Function” accepted for the Florida State University Music Theory Society Forum in January 2020 and University of Arizona.
Stay tuned for more exciting news, and happy holidays!
Listen and see Ian Evans Guthrie perform with Tonya Burton in the concerts “Invoking Dreams, Dances, and Storms.” The first opportunity is on allclassical.org on Thursday at 6/3 Eastern/Pacific; the second opportunity is at 4pm PDT at St. John’s Presbyterian Church in Camas, WA with FREE ADMISSION. Hope to see you there!
Guthrie again returns to the Pacific Northwest with a commission for the Northwest Symphony Orchestra. The work will be performed on March 14th, 2020.
Yet again, Guthrie was a finalist for the Morton Gould Young Composers awards for his work The Crescent Moon Shines Dim On High.
Jason Noble from Australia’s premiere new music group Ensemble Offspring wrote a wonderful article about the composers featured at the recent Noosa ISAM Festival. Read the entire article here: https://www.jasonnoble-clarinettist.com/blog-1/2019/3/15/nothinglikenoosa?fbclid=IwAR2WTr9rYQOQQO_teygNRnCw9M41en0XO44J7LOd7nGDGx2Gzz7O2LN6sNs.