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Josh Archibald-Seiffer

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B.A., Music Composition, Stanford University
M.M., Music Composition, University of Washington, 2013

Josh Archibald-Seiffer is a D.M.A. candidate in Music Composition at the University of Washington. He completed his M.M. in Music Composition in 2013 at the University of Washington under the guidance of Joël-François Durand, and he earned his B.A. in Music Composition at Stanford University with departmental honors under the guidance of Brian Ferneyhough and Mark Applebaum. Archibald-Seiffer was a speaker at TEDxUofW in 2012, giving a talk titled “The New Expressivity” on the communicative and expressive potential of modern music. Among his musical accolades are the 2010 Carolyn Applebaum Memorial Award and the 2010 Robert M. Golden Medal for Excellence in the Humanities and Creative. His music has been played in the United States, Canada, and Germany by performers such as the Dal Niente Ensemble, Seattle Symphony, Pascal Gallois, Beta Collide, and sfSound.

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