Stephen Lilly is an internationally performed composer, a published theorist, and a performer of new music. After completing an advanced degree in composition (DMA, University of Maryland), he spent a year studying at the Institute of Sonology in the Hague, where he focused on computer programming and electroacoustic composition in both the digital and analog domains. Most of his work is scored for chamber ensembles, often including signal processing or computer generated sounds. His reviews and writings have been published in Perspectives of New Music, Computer Music Journal, and even included on the Capstone DVD Radial Matrix: Multi-dimensional Electroacoustic Music. An in-depth look at his approach to computer programming was recently published in Organised Sound (Vol. 13, No. 1; the accompanying DVD includes Lilly’s statics: convergence). Lilly currently teaches digital audio production at the Art Institute of Washington and is co-founder and music editor of www.silenteditions.com, an online music publishing company.
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