Escapade wins First Prize at Destellos Competition

Escapade, a 10 minute electroacoustic composition, has recieved First Prize in the Third International Competition of Electroacoustic Composition and Visual-music

The results are as follows:

The First Prize was given to “Escapade” by Adam Stansbie (UK).
Two second prizes given by Motus (France) and Phonos (Spain) to: “El espejo de Alicia” by Federico Schumacher (CL) and “Métal en bouche” by Georges Forget (FR).
Special mentions were granted to “Fragot” by Franco Alberto Pellini (AR), “Rouge sang” by Eric Broitmann (FR) and “10-35-70″ by Ambrose Seddon (UK), and for the visual music pieces: ” Trayecto ø- baby en llamas” by Luciano Giambastiani (AR) and “2BTextures by Elainie Lillios (USA)
The members of the jury were: Ake Parmerud (Sweden), Horacio Vaggione (Argentine), Elzbieta Sikora (Poland), Andrés Lewin Richter (Spain – Phonos Foundation), Régis Renouard Larivière (France), Vincent Laubeuf (France – Motus). All the pieces were judged anonymously.
In addition to those awarded prizes and mentions, the following works were pre-selected: “Bataille(s)” by Laurent Ballester (FR), “Seeking Druses” by Lukas Tobiassen (DE), “Hardcore” by Christopher Preissing   (USA), “Turbulent blue” by Jon Christopher Nelson (USA), “Voicing the substance” by David Hindmarch (UK), “Analogiae identidad” by Daniel Sergio Cervantes (AR), “Paisajes Ocultos” by Raúl Minsburg (AR), “Bourrasques électriques” by Nicolas Bernier (ca), “Vulgus Veritatis” by Carlos Suárez Sánchez (ve), “Karita Oto” by Manuella Blackburn (UK), “Rarezas” by Leonardo Secco (uy), “Allora, in questo momento” by Marco Tentori (it), “El papel del vidrio”   by Alejandro Albornoz (CL), “The movement of the mass” by Ofer Pelz (IL), “Saxyi”   by Oliver   Carman (UK) and “En spirale” by Adolfo Kaplan (CL)
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