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					                          JEFFREY TREVIÑO
                         CURRICULUM VITAE
  4476 TEXAS STREET #3 • SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92116 • PHONE 661-428-3816
                 E-MAIL JEFFREY.TREVINO@GMAIL.COM

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
                     Lecturing Teaching Assistant, 174A,B, and C: Audio and Midi Studio
                      Techniques (2006-2007 Academic Year).
                     Curriculum Designer and Lead Instructor, Chabot Space and Science Center
                      LEGO Mindstorm Robotics Camp (Summer, 2006).
                     Teaching Assistant, Masterpieces of Opera (Spring, 2006).
                     Teaching Assistant, Early Jazz: Roots and Development (Winter, 2006).
                     Teaching Assistant, Music and Film (Fall, 2005).
                     Writing Tutor, Stanford Program in Structured Liberal Education (Spring,
                      2005).
                     Associate Member, Institute for the Recruitment of Teachers (Andover,
                      Massachusetts; Summer, 2004).
                     Teacher (course “Music in Film”), Stanford High School Enrichment Program
                      (Spring, 2004).

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND POSITIONS
                     Featured Composer, Visiones Sonoras Festival of Electronic Music (Morelia,
                      Mexico; Fall, 2007).
                     Featured Composer, Seoul International Computer Music Festival (Seoul Arts
                      Center; Seoul, South Korea; Fall, 2007).
                     Panelist, How Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval Interface with Music-and-
                      Meaning Studies at the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC)
                      (Copenhagen, Denmark; 2007).
                     Composer in Residence, August 4 – 19, Akademie Schloss Solitude
                      Summerakademie (Stuttgart, Germany; Summer, 2007).
                     Featured Digital Artist, Global Eyes Art Gallery, International Conference of the
                      Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Graphics
                      and Interactive Techniques (ACM SIGGRAPH) (San Diego, California;
                      Summer, 2007).
                     Pianist and Performer, Etcetera: UCSD Spring Festival of New Music 2007 (La
                      Jolla, California; Reich, Music for 18 Musicians; Magnus, Combat Music; Wolff, I
                      Like To Think of Harriet Tubman).
                     Invited Speaker, NIME 2007 (New York City, New York; Spring, 2007).
                     Invited Speaker and Pianist, Symposium, Reactions to the Record: Perspectives on
                      Historic Performance Practice; performance of Henry Cowell piano works +
                      lecture presentation, “Eliminating Performance Practice” (Stanford University;
                      Spring, 2007).
                     Performer, Concert of Fluxus works at UCSD (La Jolla, California; Winter,
                      2007).
                     Conductor, performance of Mexican Apple Soda at James Ilgenfritz’s M.A.
                      contrabass performance recital (La Jolla, California; Winter, 2007).
                     Invited Speaker, Stanford University Composition Seminar (Winter, 2007).
                     Featured Composer, ICMC 2006 (Tulane University; New Orleans, Louisiana;
                      Fall, 2006).
                     Featured Composer, Concert of my works at Stanford University’s Center for
                      Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (Spring, 2006).
                     Invited Speaker and Featured Composer, Concert Presentation and Discussion
                      of Current Work (University of California at Santa Cruz; Santa Cruz, California;
                      Spring, 2006).
                     Featured Presenter, The Edward A. Bouchet Conference on Diversity in Higher
                      Education (Yale University; New Haven, Connecticut; Spring, 2006).
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND POSITIONS (CONTINUED)
                    Featured composer/improviser, Society of Ethnomusicology, Southern
                     California Chapter Conference (La Jolla, California; Winter, 2006).
                    Featured Composer/Conductor/Performer, Conference on Music and the
                     Moving Image (University of California, Santa Barbara; Goleta, California;
                     Winter, 2006).
                    Pianist, Scripps-Mercy Hospital Afternoon Concert Series (with flautist Reiko
                     Manabe; La Jolla, California; Fall, 2005).
                    Featured Performer/Presenter, NIME 2005 (Vancouver, Canada; Spring, 2005).
                    Author, DemiDec Test Preparation Resources (Berkeley, California; Summer,
                     2005).
                    Composer, UC Berkeley Program in Graduate Media Studies (Berkeley,
                     California; Fall and Spring, 2004).
                    Featured Composer/Performer, NWEAMO 2004 (Portland, Oregon and San
                     Diego, California; Fall, 2004).
                    Featured Composer/Performer, ICMC 2004 (Miami, Florida; Fall, 2004).
                    Presenter, Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows Regional Conference (Yakima,
                     Washington; Fall, 2003 and Los Angeles, California; Fall, 2004).
                    Composer, Stanford University Masters Program in Documentary Film (Fall,
                     2004).
                    Audio Engineer and Educational Software Production Coordinator, Cyllenius
                     Foundation, a non-profit educational research foundation that produces
                     Hellenic Heritage CD-ROMs (Palo Alto, California; Winter, 2004).
                    Researcher, UCLA and USC Film Archives (Los Angeles, California; Winter,
                     2003).
                    Excavator, Stanford Alpine Archaeology Project (Valle d’Aosta, Italy and
                     Switzerland; Summer, 2002).

COMMUNITY SERVICE
                    Founder of Stanford’s Henry Cowell Student Lectures in Music (Fall, 2004).
                    Founder of Stanford’s “Ticket Pot” Symphony/Opera Lottery System (Fall,
                     2004).
                    Stanford Improvisation Collective [sic] Community Outreach (Winter, 2004).
                    Co-Producer, The Stanford Soundtrack Vol. 2 (record compilation surveying
                     Stanford recording artists; Winter, 2003).
                    Los Hermanos de Stanford (2001-2002, Head of Academic Excellence, 2002).

ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
                    Voting Member, Appointment Committee for the Dean of the School of
                     Humanities and Sciences (2007-2008 academic year).
                    Member, Office of Graduate Studies and Research Diversity Focus Group. (2007
                     – present).
                    Participant, Changing the Culture of the Academy: Toward a Truly Inclusive
                     Practice Conference at U.C. Berkeley (March, 2007).
                    Department Representative and Finance Committee Member, UCSD Graduate
                     Students’ Association (2006-2007).
                    UCSD Diversity Outreach Liaison and Outreach Presentation Coordinator
                     (2006-2007).
                    Co-producer, California Computer Music Exchange Concert (Spring, 2006).
                    UCSD Spring Festival of Contemporary Music Organizing Board
                     Representative (2005-2006).
                    Chair of Selection Committee for the Henry Cowell Student Lectures in Music
                     (2004).
                    Student Representative to the Music Dept. Committee on Undergraduate
                     Studies (2002-2004).
CREATIVE WORKS AND PERFORMANCES

             Solo + Chamber Works

             Forty-Two Statcoulombs (8:30) for String Quartet (2006)
                     Commissioned by the Arditti String Quartet.
                     (February, 2007) The Arditti String Quartet; recording session, Warren Lecture Hall
                      Recording Studio A; La Jolla, California
                     (August, 2007) Ensemble SurPlus; concert, Akademie Schloss Solitude International
                      Composers Masterclass; Stuttgart, Germany.

             Mexican Apple Soda Paraphrase (Consumer Affect Simulation I.1) (3:00-5:00) for solo
             contrabass (2006)
                     (October 25, 2006) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; UCSD Graduate Performers Forum
                      Concert; UCSD.
                     (October 30, 2006) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; concert, Symphony Space; New York
                      City, New York.
                     (August, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, Isabella’s; Dubuque, Iowa.
                     (September 1, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, Hotcakes Gallery;
                      Madison, Wisconsin.
                     (September 4, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, The Hilton, Springfield;
                      Springfield, Illinois.
                     (September 7, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, Canterbury House; Ann
                      Arbor, Michigan.
                     (September 8, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, Bohemian National
                      Home; Detroit, Michigan.
                     (September 11, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III contrabass; solo recital, Café Bourbon;
                      Columbus, Ohio.
                     (September 12, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III contrabass; solo recital; Youngstown, Ohio.
                     (September 13, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III contrabass; solo recital, Towson University;
                      Youngstown, Ohio.
                     (October 7, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III contrabass; solo recital, Roulette; New York City,
                      New York.

             Mexican Apple Soda (Consumer Affect Simulation I) (17:00) for Contrabass and Chamber
             Ensemble (2006)

                     (October, 2006) Ross Karre, conductor; James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; William Fried, B3
                      organ; Christopher Otto, violin; Reiko Manabe, flutes; Fiona Chatwin, voice; Emily
                      Dufour, cello; Colin McAllister, electric guitar; Jim Pringle, bass trombone; Gregory
                      Stuart, percussion (all doubling crackleboxes); jury evaluation, Warren Lecture Hall
                      Recording Studio A; La Jolla, California
                     (February, 2007) Jeffrey Treviño, conductor; James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; Carolyn
                      Chen, B3 organ; Kimberly Empeno, violin; Reiko Manabe, flutes; Adrian Coburn, voice;
                      Emily Dufour, cello; Colin McAllister, electric guitar; Tucker Dulin, bass trombone;
                      Gregory Stuart, percussion (all doubling crackleboxes); contrabass performance masters
                      recital, Mandeville Recital Hall; La Jolla, California.

             Zoetropes II (8:17) for one percussionist and synchronized video (2006)
                     (May 26, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; Reel Loud film festival; Goleta,
                      California.
                      (May 27, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, University of California, Santa
                      Cruz; Santa Cruz, California.
                     (May 28, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Stanford University’s Center for
                      Computer Research in Music and Acoustics; Palo Alto, California.
                     (June 11, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Erickson Hall; La Jolla,
                      California.
                      (July 7, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Brooklyn Fireproof; Brooklyn,
                      New York.

             Unit for Convenience and Better Living 003 (2:45) for Bb Bass Clarinet (2006)
                     Commissioned by Anthony Burr (Speculum Musicae).
                     (April, 2006) Anthony Burr, bass clarinet; recital, Warren Lecture Hall Recording Studio
                      A; La Jolla, California.

             Zoetropes (11:00) for Bb bass clarinet, percussion, and cello (2005)
                          (January, 2006) Steve Schick, conductor; Bob Zelickman, bass clarinet; Emily Dufour,
                           cello; Justin Dehart, percussion; UCSD composition program jury evaluation, Warren
                           Lecture Hall Recording Studio A; La Jolla, California.

                  Binary Experiment for James Tenney (4:00) for four contrabasses (2005)
                          (Winter, 2007) the UCSD Bass Ensemble (Mark Dresser, contrabass; Jeff Denson,
                           contrabass; James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; Han Han Cho, contrabass;); Graduate
                           Performers’ Forum Concert, Mandeville Recital Hall; La Jolla, California.

CREATIVE WORKS AND PERFORMANCES (CONTINUED)
             Binary Experiment for James Tenney (4:00) for four contrabasses (solo accompanied by
             stereo CD playback) (2007)
                          (August, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, Isabella’s; Dubuque, Iowa.
                          (September 1, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, Hotcakes Gallery;
                           Madison, Wisconsin.
                          (September 4, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, The Hilton, Springfield;
                           Springfield, Illinois.
                          (September 7, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, Canterbury House; Ann
                           Arbor, Michigan.
                          (September 8, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III, contrabass; solo recital, Bohemian National
                           Home; Detroit, Michigan.
                          (September 11, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III contrabass; solo recital, Café Bourbon;
                           Columbus, Ohio.
                          (September 12, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III contrabass; solo recital; Youngstown, Ohio.
                          (September 13, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III contrabass; solo recital, Towson University;
                           Youngstown, Ohio.
                          (October 7, 2007) James Ilgenfritz, III contrabass; solo recital, Roulette; New York City,
                           New York.

                  Substitute Judgment (4:30) for one percussionist and optional integrated/synchronized
                  video (Ross Karre’s Metal Catalogue) (2005)
                          (January 15, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; concert, University of California at
                           Santa Barbara’s Music and the Moving Image conference; Goleta, California.
                          (February, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Mandeville Recital Hall; La
                           Jolla, California.
                          (March, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, the Museum of Making Music;
                           Carlsbad, California.
                           (May 13, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; concert, UCSD Spring Festival of
                           Contemporary Music; La Jolla, California.
                          (May 26, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; Reel Loud film festival; Goleta,
                           California.
                          (May 27, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, University of California, Santa
                           Cruz Department of Music; Santa Cruz, California.
                          (May 28, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Stanford University’s Center for
                           Computer Research in Music and Acoustics; Palo Alto, California.
                           (June 6, 2006) Tony Oliver, percussion; recital, Christ and St. Stephen’s Church
                           (sponsored by the Society for the Chromatic Arts); New York City, New York.
                          (June 11, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Erickson Hall; La Jolla,
                           California.
                          (July 5, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, the Issue Project Room; New York
                           City, New York.
                          (July 6, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Monkeytown; New York City,
                           New York.
                          (July 7, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Brooklyn Fireproof; Brooklyn,
                           New York.
                          (July 11, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; recital, Oberlin Conservatory of Music’s
                           Warner Concert Hall; Oberlin, Ohio.
                           (Nov 10, 2006) Ross Karre, percussion and video; concert, the 2006 International
                           Computer Music Conference (hosted by Tulane University); New Orleans, Louisiana.
                          (August, 2007) Ross Karre, percussion and video; art gallery performances, International
                           Conference of the ACM SIGGRAPH (the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special
                           Interest Group on Graphics and Interactive Techniques); San Diego, California.
                          (November 7, 2007) Ross Karre, percussion and video; concert, Seoul International
                           Computer Music Festival; Seoul, South Korea.

                  Score Four (Dance Score) (12:00) for clarinet, piano, misaligned wax cylinder
                  phonograph, poured water, violin, and viola (2005)
                          Commissioned by the Stanford University Department of Dance.
                          (Spring, 2005) Carolyn Chen, clarinet; Jeffrey Treviño, piano and wax cylinder
                           phonograph; Elizabeth Donald, violin and water; Mathew Czinger, viola and water;
                           concert, “Music and Dance By Chance,” in affiliation with the Merce Cunningham Dance
                           Company’s Stanford residency; Palo Alto, California.

                  Line Through a Blue Man’s Heart (9:00) for woodwind quintet (2005)
                          Commissioned by the Stanford Woodwind Quintet
                          (Winter, 2004) the Stanford Woodwind Quintet; concert, Wet Ink Society Concert; Palo
                           Alto, California.

                  Coming & Going (5:10) for one flute (2004)
                          (Winter, 2004) Grace Leslie, flute; Wet Ink Society concert.
                          (Spring, 2005) Grace Leslie, flute; Stanford Undergraduate Music graduation
                           commencement ceremony, Campbell Recital Hall; Palo Alto, California.




CREATIVE WORKS AND PERFORMANCES (CONTINUED)
             Magic Box (cartoon score) (3:00) for one piano (2004)
                          Commissioned by the U.C. Berkeley Graduate Program in Media Studies.
                          (Spring, 2004) Jeffrey Treviño, piano; premiered as recorded, non-diegetic soundtrack to
                           the animated film, Magic Box, at the Berkeley student film festival; Berkeley, California.

                  Melody’s Flight (cartoon score) (3:00) for chamber orchestra (2004)
                          Commissioned by the U.C. Berkeley Graduate Program in Media Studies.
                          (Spring, 2004) the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, premiered as recorded, non-diegetic
                           soundtrack to the animated film, Melody’s Flight, at the Berkeley student film festival;
                           Berkeley, California.

                  Out of Order (cartoon score) (3:47) for chamber orchestra (2004)
                          Commissioned by the U.C. Berkeley Graduate Program in Media Studies.
                          (Spring, 2004) the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, premiered as recorded, non-diegetic
                           soundtrack to the animated film, Out of Order, at the Berkeley student film festival;
                           Berkeley, California.

                  Eight Legs Each (5:44) for one amplified tuba and two pre-recorded amplified tubas
                  (2004)
                          (Fall, 2004) Jeffrey Treviño, amplified tuba; concert, the International Computer Music
                           Conference; Miami, Florida.
                          (Fall, 2004) Jeffrey Treviño, amplified tuba; the New Western Electro-Acoustic Music
                           Festival; Portland, Oregon and San Diego, California.

                  Two Silent Scenes for The Phantom of the Opera (1925) (12:00) for one piano and loosely
                  synchronized silent film (2003)
                          Commissioned by the Stanford Humanities Center.
                          (Spring, 2003) Jeffrey Treviño, piano, in live accompaniment to the film; recital and
                           discussion, Stanford Humanities Center conference, Borrowed Music in Film.



                  Orchestrations

                  Entr’acte (E. Satie) (22:00) for two flutes, F tuba, percussion, piano, cello, and contrabass
                  (2005)
                          Commissioned by the University of California at Santa Barbara’s Music and the Moving
                           Image conference.
                          Originally a silent film score composed and orchestrated for full orchestra.
                          (January 15, 2006) Tomato Alert (silent film accompaniment ensemble, assembled by
                           Treviño for this performance): Aaron Helgeson, flute; Grace Leslie, flute; Ross Karre,
                           percussion; William Fried, piano; Emily Defour, cello; James Ilgenfritz, contrabass; Jeffrey
                           Treviño, conductor; concert, University of California at Santa Barbara’s Music and the
                           Moving Image conference; Goleta, California.

                  Electronic Works (all two-channel playback from compact disc)

                  Dogfight Shuffle (Cartoon Score) (1:02) (2004)
                     Commissioned by the U.C. Berkeley Graduate Program in Media Studies.
                     U.C. Berkeley Student Film Festival, 2004; Berkeley, California.

              Nostalgia (Cartoon Score) (1:00) (2004)
                     Commissioned by the U.C. Berkeley Graduate Program in Media Studies.
                     U.C. Berkeley Student Film Festival, 2004; Berkeley, California.

             Ping (score for eight-minute documentary, Spotters) (3:00) (2004)
                     Commissioned by the Stanford University Masters Program in Documentary Film.
                     San Francisco's Documentary Film Festival, 2005; San Francisco, California.
                     Marin County Festival of Short Film and Video, 2004; San Rafael, California.
                     Rhode Island International Film Festival, 2004; Providence, Rhode Island.
                     Real to Reel Film and Video Festival, 2004; Kings Mountain, North Carolina.
                     Oakland International Film Festival, 2004; Oakland, California.
                     True/False Film Festival 2005; Columbia, Missouri.
                     Wisconsin Film Festival, 2005; Madison, Wisconsin.
                     Cantor Arts Festival, Stanford University, 2004; Palo Alto, California.

SPONSORED RESEARCH
                     Bass Excavations, Interactive Orchestration Software with Mark Dresser.
                     Piano Sonata No. 1: A New Critical Edition (co-editor, assistant to George Barth;
                      Charles Ives Society) (Summer, 2004).
                     Film/Music Interaction: Useful Methodologies and Their Application
                      throughout Film History (Summer, 2002; Chappel-Lougee Scholars Grant).

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
                     The American Composers Forum (2005-present).
                     The International Computer Music Association (2004-present).
                     The American Musicological Society (2004-present).

EDUCATION
                      The University of California at San Diego: M.A. in Composition; (Class of 2007;
                       GPA: 4.00).
                      Stanford University: B.A. in Music, Science, and Technology; Concentration in
                       Composition; Concentration in Piano Performance (Class of 2005; Phi Beta
                       Kappa with Honors in Piano Performance and Distinction; GPA: 3.92, 4.11 in
                       the major).

MAJOR TEACHERS
                      Composition: Chaya Czernowin and Steven Takasugi (Summer, 2007); Philippe
                       Manoury (2005-present); Pauline Oliveros (Summer, 2004); Mark Applebaum
                       and Brian Ferneyhough (2001-05).
                      Tuba: Marcus Rojas (Summer, 2004).
                      Piano: Aleck Karris (2005-present), George Barth (2002-05), Robert Trevino
                       (1983-2001).
                      Musicology: George Barth (2002-05).
                      Instrument Design: Max Mathews (2005).

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS, AND AWARDS
                     Akademie Schloss Solitude Traveling Fellowship (Summer, 2007).
                     UCSD Music Department Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, (2006-
                      2007 academic year).
                     San Diego Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship (2007-2011).
                     National Finalist (California Region), Cecil Rhodes Scholarship Competition
                      (Fall, 2006).
                     Edward A. Bouchet Conference on Diversity in Higher Education Best
                      Presentation Honorable Mention Award (Yale University; Spring, 2006).
                     Deans’ Award for Academic Accomplishment (10 recipients in student body of
                      6,000+; Spring, 2005).
                     Shenson Fund Grant for the Henry Cowell Student Lectures in Music (Fall and
                     Winter, 2004-05).
                    American Musicological Society Traveling Fellowship (Fall, 2004).
                    Shenson Fund Grant for ticketPot Lottery System (Fall, 2004).
                    Angel Grant for the Public Presentation of an Artistic Work (Fall, 2004).
                    Departmental Award in Recognition of Excellence in Composition (Spring,
                     2004).
                    Chappell-Lougee Scholars Research Grant (Winter, 2003).
                    Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (Fall, 2002).
                    President’s Award for Academic Excellence in the Freshman Year (65 recipients
                     in a class of 1,500; Fall, 2002).




AUTHORED AND EDITED PUBLICATIONS
                    Treviño, Jeffrey. “Binary Experiment for James Tenney” in Tisano, Teresa, Ed.
                     Notations 21 (New York City: Mark Batty Publishers, forthcoming (2008)).
                    Gurevich, M. and Treviño, J. “Expression and Its Discontents: Toward an
                     Ecology of Musical Creation.” Proceedings of the 2007 International Conference on
                     New Interfaces for Musical Expression, June, 2007, New York.
                    Treviño, Jeffrey. "Jeffrey Treviño Interviews Chris Chafe" Array (The Journal of
                     the International Computer Music Association), Winter, 2006, pp. 22-31.
                    Ives, Charles. Barth, G. and Treviño, J., eds. Piano Sonata No. 1: A New Critical
                     Edition. Forthcoming, Peer International Editions.
                    Cáceres, J.P., Mysore, G., and Treviño, J. “SCUBA: A Self-Contained, Unified
                     Bass Augmenter.” Proceedings of the 2005 Conference on New Interfaces for Musical
                     Expression, June, 2005, Vancouver, pp. 38-41.
                    Treviño, Jeffrey. Renaissance Music Listening Guide; DemiDec, Inc. (DemiDec:
                     Los Angeles, 2004).

RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
                    Grund, Cynthia. “Title.” Proceedings of the 2007 International Computer Music
                     Conference, August, 2007, Copenhagen.
                    Matheus, Sylvia. “Multidimensionality: International Computer Music
                     Conference 2006” in Computer Music Journal (Summer, 2007).
                    Lehrman, Paul D. “Tomorrow’s Musicians & What They’ll Be Playing:
                     Controllers of the Future” in Sound on Sound Magazine (Jan., 2006).
                    Cao, Carol, The Henry Cowell Student Lectures in Music – Its Conception,
                     Creation, Continuation, and Connection with Community. Stanford
                     Undergraduate Research Journal (Spring, 2005).

SPONSORS OF PROJECTS AND PRESENTATIONS
                    The International Computer Music Association (ICMA).
                    The Northwestern Electro-Acoustic Music Organization (NWEAMO).
                    The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
                    Stanford Humanities Center.
                    The Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music at the University of
                     California, Santa Barbara.
                    The Charles Ives Society.
   University of California Diversity Outreach.

				
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