Category Archives: Misc.

Forest

Abby Aresty’s arboretum installation receives national and local press

Abby Aresty‘s  sound installation in Seattle’s Washington Park Arboretum entitled “Paths II: The Music of Trees” has recently been featured on several national and local media outlets. Click on the links below for interviews with Abby, photos of the installation, and much more.

Forest

Abby Aresty’s arboretum installation receives national and local press

Abby Aresty‘s  sound installation in Seattle’s Washington Park Arboretum entitled “Paths II: The Music of Trees” has recently been featured on several national and local media outlets. Click on the links below for interviews with Abby, photos of the installation, and much more.

abby

Help Abby Aresty fund her Washington Park Arboretum installation

Abby Aresty  is creating a sound installation in Seattle’s Washington Park Arboretum entitled “Paths II: The Music of Tree.” It is a series of sound installations that explore the layers and permutations of acoustic space in seven sites throughout the Arboretum.  It will be

abby

Help Abby Aresty fund her Washington Park Arboretum installation

Abby Aresty  is creating a sound installation in Seattle’s Washington Park Arboretum entitled “Paths II: The Music of Tree.” It is a series of sound installations that explore the layers and permutations of acoustic space in seven sites throughout the Arboretum.  It will be

SSO Reading Session

Stilian Kirov leads the SSO in readings of music by three UW composers

Stilian Kirov – the newly appointed Assistant Conductor of the Seattle Symphony – led the Seattle Symphony Orchestra in a reading session of orchestral works by three UW composition students: Abby Aresty’s “Wildfire,” Yiğit Kolat‘s “Khrysanthemums,” and Josh Archibald-Seiffer‘s “Wat wvor’n schoon Vagel

SSO Reading Session

Stilian Kirov leads the SSO in readings of music by three UW composers

Stilian Kirov – the newly appointed Assistant Conductor of the Seattle Symphony – led the Seattle Symphony Orchestra in a reading session of orchestral works by three UW composition students: Abby Aresty’s “Wildfire,” Yiğit Kolat‘s “Khrysanthemums,” and Josh Archibald-Seiffer‘s “Wat wvor’n schoon Vagel

SoMbuilding

New Website!

Welcome to the new website for the composition department at The University of Washington. Here you will find updates on concerts, students, faculty, and much more.

SoMbuilding

New Website!

Welcome to the new website for the composition department at The University of Washington. Here you will find updates on concerts, students, faculty, and much more.