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Guthrie selected to present at KEAMSAC
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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!

New album released on Patreon!
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Hello friends and fans, I finally, have my first album available on Patreon! Everyone who subscribes for $10 or more per month will have access to this album, as well as upcoming albums, as well as a podcast that is … Read More

Guthrie receives the MHFB 2021 Commission
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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 … Read More

Ian Guthrie selected for FSU Festival of New Music

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Out of nearly 800 contestants of all ages, Guthrie is one of only 31 composers to have his composition (the new Lavelatla commissioned by Eirene Duo) highlighted at FSU’s biennial Festival of New Music. The concerts run from Jan. 30-Feb. … Read More

Two new artist-in-residencies!

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Ian Guthrie has recently been invited to serve as the artist-in-residency for July-August for the Chinquapin Center for the Arts and a residency in late December with Centrum. He will be composing extensive works specifically related to the topic of … Read More

Links to Monday concert live-streams

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Here are the links for the Monday concerts: University of North Texas, 8pm Central Standard Time: https://recording.music.unt.edu/live University of Oregon, 7:30pm Pacific Standard Time: https://music.uoregon.edu/live-stream

Vienna and ASCAP recognitions

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Ian Guthrie has been studying in Europe for the past several summers. Where is he studying this summer: Vienna – the New York City of Europe. He has also just received his second ASCAP Plus Award.

repeat performance at UNT!

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During Feb. 4th through the 6th, UNT students will be performing many recent works, including my “Dark Forest,” which was premiered on Nov. 6th by Orion Canter (baritone) and Xinshuang Jin (piano). It will be lived streamed, so stay tuned … Read More

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