The e-Frontier: Music, Multimedia, Education, and Audiences in the Digital World
- Geared to conductors and composers, this dynamic workshop covers new technologies in education and performance that play an increasingly important role in our field, including: electroacoustic band pieces; conductors working with click tracks, prerecorded audio, and live electronics; interactive rehearsal and performance spaces via Skype; creative multimedia; and the use of social networks by composers, publishers, band directors and students, to build excitement and attendance.
- Alex Shapiro (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/18/2013 02:30 PM - N/A
- Alex Shapiro’s works are published by Activist Music and distributed by many companies including Hal Leonard and J.W. Pepper. Her music is heard daily in concerts and broadcasts around the world and can be found on over 20 commercially released recordings. Shapiro has taken the lead composing groundbreaking electroacoustic works for wind band at the middle school, high school and college level. As the 2010 commissioned composer for the American Composers Forum BandQuest series, Alex created the very first Grade 3 eletroacoustic band piece, PAPER CUT, published by ACF and Hal Leonard and performed at the 2011 Midwest Clinic by Charles Menghini and the VanderCook College of Music Symphonic Band. Ms. Shapiro is the author of a chapter in the 2013 GIA Publications book, MUSICIANSHIP: COMPOSING FOR BAND AND ORCHESTRA. She serves on the Board of The MacDowell Colony and is the nationally elected concert music composer representative on the ASCAP Board of Review.