Recipient of the Lloyd Gelassen Fellowship Fund Scholarship
CURRICULUM VITAE
Evan Antonellis, Composer and Educator
Contact information:
Evan Antonellis
591d Glidden Hall
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
Education:
Doctor of Musical Arts in Classical Composition, Manhattan School of Music, New York, NY, Graduation: May 2012
Composition Studies with Reiko Fueting and Nils Vigeland
Master of Music in Classical Composition, Manhattan School of Music, New York, NY, Graduation: May 2008
Composition studies with Reiko Fueting
Piano studies with Marjean Olson
Bachelor of Music in Composition, summa cum laude, The Boston Conservatory, Boston, MA, Graduation: May 2006
Composition studies:
    Andy Vores
    Dalit Warshaw
    Elena Ruehr
    Larry Bell
Awards and Commissions:
2013 Tanglewood Fellow in Composition - Elliott Carter Memorial Composer Fellowship
Commission from the Talea Ensemble for the 2013 MATA Festival
Helen Cohn Award for Outstanding Doctoral Candidate, 2012
Honorable Mention, 2009, 2010, 2011 Brian M. Israel Prize
Recipient of 2012 MacDowell Colony Fellowship
2009 BMI Student Composer Award
Finalist, 2009, 2012, 2013 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award
2008 Nicholas Flagello Award for Compositional Excellence
Full Scholarship Recipient, Manhattan School of Music
Electronic Music Foundation commission for EMF Labs Concert Series at The Flea, 2008
Assistantships and teaching experience:
2012-present: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Theory, Ohio University
Courses: Undergraduate Theory, Ear Training, Graduate Seminars, Composition Lessons
2010-2012: Teaching Faculty, Young Musicians Program at the University of California, Berkeley
Courses: Composition, Theory, Ear Training, Orchestral Repertoire
2008-2012: Theory Department Adjunct Faculty, Manhattan School of Music College and Precollege
Courses: Ear Training, Graduate Ear Training, Theory, Graduate Theory, Renaissance Counterpoint, Twentieth-Century Theory, Advanced Solfege, and Various Lecture Topics
2003-2006: Assistant to the Composition Department, The Boston Conservatory
Courses Assisted: Theory (Music Fundamentals, Theory 1-4), Ear Training 1-4, Form and Analysis, Advanced Form and Analysis, Twentieth-Century Music Survey, Instrumentation, Advanced Orchestration, Music History 1-4, Piano Class 1-2
Lectures on Original Compositions at Columbia University, Janacek Conservatory, the MacDowell Colony, Ohio University, and Manhattan School of Music
Curricula Developed:
Core Theory (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Core Ear Training (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Composition for Non-Majors
Special Theory Topics in Music after 1950
Orchestra Literature
Species Counterpoint, Imitation, and Fugue
Analysis of Extended and Non-Standard Musical Notation
Electronic Music
Engraving with Finale
Electronic Music Technological Experience:
Worked as Music Technician for many concerts in the New York City area, including the Manhattan School of Music Percussion Ensemble’s production of Charles Wuorinen’s Percussion Symphony, multiple projects by the Electronic Music Foundation, and dozens of concerts at Manhattan School of Music; currently preparing for the Manhattan School of Music Percussion Ensemble’s production of Steve Reich’s Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ, Kaija Sariaaho’s Six Japanese Gardens, and Luigi Nono’s Con Luigi Dallapiccola.
Relevant Computer Program Skills:
Complete Proficiency in Finale
Complete Proficiency in Kyma X
Working Knowledge of Pro Tools LE
Complete Proficiency in HTML
Working Knowledge of JavaScript
Working Knowledge of CSS
Working Knowledge of Max/MSP
Non-musical Programs:
President and editor, The Garden, The Boston Conservatory's Arts and Literary Magazine
Affiliations:
American Composers Forum
American Music Center
BMI
College Music Society
Electronic Music Foundation
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