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Interview with Stephanie Moore, Canadian Composer

Nocturnal worlds

In summer 2015, Michael Palumbo interviewed artists involved with the 9th Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium and the 17th edition of the Sound Travels festival for Making Waves, a radio programme on sound art produced by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) for WGXC at the Wave Farm in Acra, New York. Palumbo speaks with Stephanie Moore about her upcoming performance in Sound Travels Concert #2 “Revealing Origins” on 22 August 2015. This interview originally aired on the 11 July 2015 broadcast of Making Waves.


Stephanie Moore is inspired by the intersection of contrasting ideas and disciplines, and particularly enjoys using technology in her creative practice. She completed a master’s degree in composition at the Université de Montréal in 2012, where she studied instrumental composition with Ana Sokolovic andmusique mixte with Philippe Leroux. Recent commissions include works for Montréal’s Ensemble Paramirabo and Ensemble Punctum, as well as distinguished solo performers. She has twice participated in the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (2013, 2015). Her trilogy Lunar Cycle, for double bass and fixed media, was premiered at the 2015 Sound Travels Festival of New Adventures in Sound Art in Toronto. Upcoming projects include composition and sound design for a play at the SummerWorks festival in Toronto in August 2016.

Audio transcript (22:26–57:12) of Michael Palumbo’s 2015 interview with Stephanie Moore about her upcoming performance of Lunar Cycle during the 17th Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art.

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