Ian Guthrie has just been awarded the Michael W. Winesanker Award in Composition from Texas Christian University. The School awards it once every school year to an outstanding student musicologist and/or compser to support them financially and enable them to … Read More
I have recently completed the orchestration for Indidgery for chamber orchestra, which will be premiered Nov. 4th at Pepsico Recital Hall at TCU at 7:30pm, with the composer conducting. Also, Guthrie has been working on “Core of the Cascades,” commissioned … Read More
Lots is happening right now: The Works page now has the recording of Fumarolica. The orchestra commission from the Moore Philharmonic is almost done. Indigene is under way to be performed and recorded at TCU in November. …And much more … Read More
I just received the recording for “Adventure Fantastical” performed by Loadbang, and now you can listen to the song on my works page. Enjoy!
Ian Guthrie just received a commission to write a new work for the Moore Philharmonic in Pinehurst, NC to be premiered in the Fall! Stay tuned for more details.
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This week, the big internet corporations have joined in attempt to jeopardize the copyright laws and take away our rights to our intellectual property. Read this article, among others: http://copyrightalliance.org/content/anti-copyright_astroturf_gangs_fertilized_tech_cash_suddenly_sprout#.VU1ss5NLB74.
In this day and age, copyright has become almost passe. This is particularly alarming for those of us who create intellectual property. Here is an article that gives a good glimpse into what we all must consider before we post … Read More
April 1st’s premiere of Journey Through Cascadia was no joke: attendants ranging from students, teachers, and friends all find the work to be a well-conceived, touching story. Now, other musicians can hear it, and learn to perform it!