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Ueda, Rita - F - Canada 




Rita Ueda is a composer, sound designer and music teacher in Vancouver, Canada. Her works have been performed recently by the Vienna RSO with Peter Eotvos, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Locrian Chamber Players (New York),the Esoterics (Seattle), and the SYC Ensemble Singers (Singapore). Rita has been awarded prizes in the 2010 International Mahler Competition, 2013 Boston Choral Ensemble Competition, 2013 Florence International String Quartet Competition, 2013 Val Tidone Orchestral Composition Competition, and the 2014 Florence International 'Ennio Morricone' Choir Competion. She will be travelling to Singapore in August, 2014 to attend the world premiere of her chamber opera, One Thousand White Paper Cranes for Japan, with Chamber∙Sounds.

Rita studied composition and sound design at Simon Fraser University and the California Institute of the Arts. Her teachers include Rudolf Komoros, Rodney Sharman, Wadada Leo Smith, Morton Subotnick, David Rosenboom and Barry Truax. She has also had short-term studies with James Tenney, Earle Brown, and Lou Harrison.





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