Graduate composer Eren Gumrukcuoglu has a work premiered at the 3rd International ilSuono Contemporary Music Week

Wednesday, August 22, 2018
“Lattice Scattering” is a new piece for flute, piano and electronics.
Eren Gumrukcuoglu

"Lattice Scattering" premiered on Saturday, July 21 at the Teatro degli Illuminati as part of the 3rd International ilSuono Contemporary Music Week in Citta di Castello, Italy. The work was commissioned by ilSuonon Academy and performed by Ensemble Suono Giallo.

Eren Gumrukcuoglu is a PhD candidate in music composition at Duke and holds a master's degree from Istanbul Technical University and a bachelor's degree from Berklee College of Music in Boston. Performers of his music include New York Polyphony, Mivos Quartet, Conrad Tao, Deviant Septet, Music Ensemble and the Naked Drum Project. Eren is currently working on a new piece for JACK Quartet, to be read by the group in November 2018 when they return to Duke for their second year as Artists in Residence.