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Hear new music from the Mizzou International Composers Festival

As we anticipate the announcement later this month of the eight resident composers for the 2016 Mizzou International Composers Festival, the interval also provides an opportunity for MNMI to share for the first time some music from the 2015 MICF.

For starters, you can use the embedded audio player below to stream “virgin soil,” which was written by 2015 resident composer Conrad Winslow (pictured, upper left) and given a world premiere performance by Alarm Will Sound as part of the grand finale of last summer’s MICF:

And here’s Alarm Will Sound performing the world premiere of “True North” by 2015 resident composer Christopher Stark (pictured, lower left):

Listen to the 2014 C.O.M.P. Festival online

Emma Reinagel performs at the 2013 C.O.M.P. Festival

The ninth annual Creating Original Music Project (C.O.M.P.) Festival will take place starting at 10:30 a.m. this Saturday, April 19 at Whitmore Recital Hall on the Mizzou campus in Columbia.

The concert is free and open to the public, but if you can’t be there in person, you still can hear the performances of all of this year’s winning compositions from Missouri elementary, middle school and and high school students via the School of Music’s online audio streams.

There are two streaming options available. You can listen via your web browser by clicking here. (Safari and Chrome are the recommended browsers for Mac users; Firefox is the recommended browser for Windows users. Functionality may be altered on certain browsers as updated technology is implemented.)

If you want to listen with iTunes, Winamp, Windows Media or another default audio player, click here. (Access through Safari web browser for Windows users is NOT recommended.)

The audio links will go live shortly before the scheduled concert start.

You can see the concert program for the 2014 C.O.M.P. Festival, with a complete running order for the show, credits, biographies, and more, in PDF format here.