Louis Goldford is a composer of acoustic and electroacoustic music. His work emphasizes spaces of cultural and music-historical ruin, and is informed by methods of frequency-based audio analysis, computer-assisted composition, improvisation, collage, and Surrealism. In 2013 Louis’ music appeared at regional conferences including Electronic Music Midwest and the Midwest Composers Symposium, and in March 2014 he will present at the SEAMUS National Conference in Middletown, Connecticut. He is currently completing his Masters degree in music composition at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where he has been a student of Sven-David Sandström, Claude Baker, John Gibson, and Jeffrey Hass.
LISTEN: Panopticon for 12 Periphonically Spatialized Clarinets
Laura Chalmers, Sammy Johnson, Christopher Elchico, Kevy Bailey, Joey Miller, Benjamin Tyler Willis, Natalie Hart, and Lilly Haley, clarinet in B-flat
AnnaMarie Ignarro, Erik Franklin, Ross DuBois, and Nick Morandi, bass clarinet
Gonçalo Lourenço, conductor; Video production by Evan Monroe Chapman
Performance at Indiana University, Auer Hall, 12 November 2013.