Simon Hutchinson

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  • ISEA 2019

    • Simon Hutchinson is a cultural omnivore who synthesizes disparate ideas: traditional European art music and creative electronics; acoustic musical instruments and digital video games; East Asian Folk Traditions with American jazz, rock and funk. Through these combinations, novel musical works emerge, engaging with the relationships between technology, society, and the human experience. Currently, he teaches in University of New Haven, USA. In 2008, Hutchinson received the “1st Young Composers’ Competition of CMEK” (Contemporary Music Ensemble Korea) award, and, since then, his work has also been recognized by the Yamaguchi Opportunity Fund, the Sasakawa Young Leader’s Fellowship Fund (SYLFF), the Ruth Close Musical Fellowship, and a Porter Associate Fellows Arts Research Grant.

Last Known Location:

  • United States of America


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