BGSU Graduate Composition Student, Nathan Haering, Selected for Conferences
BGSU graduate student composer, Nathan Haering, will have performances of his composition Cimmerian Isolation, for flute and live electronics, at numerous conferences this semester. From January 26th-28th, Nathan and undergraduate flutist, Francesca Leo, attended the Society of Composers International Region 4 student conference at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. This conference included undergraduate through doctoral level composers from across the U.S. presenting their compositions and research. Nathan’s composition was among one of the only pieces accepted outside of students attending UNCG. On March 10th-11th, he will be traveling with graduate flutist, Natalie Rodriguez, to the National Student Electronic Music Event at Louisiana State University.
Nathan and Francesca will continue performing this piece throughout the semester. On February 25th, they will be presenting at the 2017 BGSU Graduate Conference on Music. The piece was selected by a prestigious committee through a double blind selection process to be performed at the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States National Conference in St. Cloud Minnesota from April 19th-22nd. Over the summer, they will travel to the New York City Electroacoustic Festival to perform.