Daniel Hosken

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  • ISEA1997

    Daniel Hosken is currently completing a D.M.A. in composition at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he manages the computer music studios and teaches courses in music technology and computer music. Hosken’s music has been performed at Carnegie Recital Hall, The Cube at the MIT Media Lab, and at such festivals as the National Conference of the Society of Composers and the National Conference of SEAMUS (Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the US). His honors include prizes from the Wisconsin Alliance for Composers, Honorable Mentions in the ASCAP Grants to Young Composers competition, and a grant from the MIT Council for the Arts. Hosken is a co-founder of AUROS, a Boston-based new music ensemble, for which he has served as co-director and conductor. He is currently a co-director of the Madison Chapter of the Wisconsin Alliance for Composers. Hosken holds an M.M. in composition from New England Conservatory of Music and an S.B. in music and physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has studied composition with John Harbison, Stephen Dembski, and William Thomas McKinley,and computer music with Barry Vercoe, Tod Machover, and Robert Ceely.

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