"Something to sing about." – by Jennifer Trijo (Writer/Musician)
Jesse Budel (b. 1991) is a composer-performer, sound artist, curator and arts entrepreneur based in South Australia. His works are for diverse media and spaces, ranging from acoustic concert instrumentation through to installation works, and have been performed by the Australian String Quartet (AUS), Zephyr Quartet (AUS), Elder Conservatorium Wind Orchestra (SA) and Corvus Ensemble (Alaska, USA). He has been an artist-in-residence at Adelaide City Library (SA) and Arts Letters and Numbers (Upstate NY, USA).
He is a PhD candidate in Music Composition at Elder Conservatorium of Music (with a Research Training Program scholarship, provided by the Australian Government). Previously, he graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Composition) with First Class Honours, studying with Graeme Koehne, David Harris and Charles Bodman Rae, also receiving numerous Director’s Awards for ‘outstanding achievement as a composer and a high level of commitment in the promotion and performance of new music’.
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