Artistic Director and Curator - Composer Melissa Grey’s projects include concert works, electroacoustic performances, installations, food+music events, and collaborations with artists and architectural designers. Recent works have been published by The MIT Press and exhibited or performed at the National Gallery of Canada, Goethe-Institut, The Stone, Spectrum, BolteLang, Dorsky Gallery, Judson Church, Whitney Museum of American Art (with Antenna International), International Computer Music Conference, Alphabet City Festivals 2010 AIR and 2009 WATER, Cinesonika: First International Film and Video Festival of Sound Design, Reno Interdisciplinary Festival of New Media, and others. Grey is Part-Time Lecturer at The New School for Public Engagement in New York City where she teaches Sound Studies.
Find out more at http://www.melissagrey.net/
Artistic Director and Curator - David Morneau is a composer of an entirely undecided genre. Described by Molly Sheridan as a "shining beacon" of inspiration, his diverse work illuminates ideas about our culture, issues concerning creativity, and even the very nature of music itself. His eclectic output has been described variously as "elegantly rendered", "happily prissy", "impressive", "unusual, esoteric, and offbeat". His recent album, Broken Memory, "absolutely wrecks shop.… For that, David Morneau wins."
Morneau views concert curation as a compositional act. He aims to assemble programs that reflect his own diverse interests as well as bringing together composers and performers who are able to make their musical marks. His curatorial experience includes nine Composer's Voice concerts in New York City. He has also curated an exchange concert series between The Ohio State University and Michigan State University.
As Artistic Director for Circuit Bridges he plans to bring together interesting and diverse composers to build bridges between scenes, regions, and schools of thought.
Find out more at http://5of4.com
Director and Founder - Robert Voisey is a composer and producer of electroacoustic and chamber music.
He founded Vox Novus to promote the music of contemporary composers. A producer of new music and multi-media concerts and events, Voisey is best known for producing the 60x60 project, which he started in 2003 in order to promote contemporary composers and their music. He also founded the Composer's Voice Concert Series as well as the chamber music project Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame.
Looking to bond the electroacoustic scene in New York City and "bridge" it with similar communities throughout the world, Robert Voisey founded Circuit Bridges to be an avenue to connect and promote new music.
Find out more at www.robvoisey.com