2019 Chaosflöte Commission Competition
We are proud to announce the following winners of the 2019 Chaosflöte Commission Competition:
1st place: Tak-Cheung Hui 
2nd place: Joshua Hey
3rd place: Hongshuo Fan
Honorable Mention: Lucy Kong
22 March 2019
27 June 2019
19:00 (CET)
Null-state Intercontinental Live-Coding Concert
Benjamin and Melody will be performing a concert of intercontinental live coding on the Null-state YouTube channel. They will be improvising with code/live electronics followed by a brief Q&A over YouTube chat.
Null-state Artist Residency at the University of South Florida
We are looking forward to our events at the University of South Florida!
Nov. 19 (15:30-16:45) Guest artist presentation of Melody's works for the USF Flute Studio of Francesca Arnone
Nov. 20 (19:30) Chaosflöte recital at Barness Recital Hall, including the world premiere of Things that might have been by Chaosflöte Commission Competition winner Tak Cheung Hui and the U.S. premiere of BAD DECISIONS for Chaosflöte by Melody Chua. 
Nov. 21 (14:00) Guest lecture by Melody Chua at the USF Real-Time Electronics seminar (SYCOM Studio A)
Nov. 21 (19:00) Chaosflöte + live coding concert (IRH)
Nov. 22 (14:00) Null-state guest artist presentation for the USF Composition department (MUS 208)
19-22 November 2019
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL

Premiere of BAD DECISIONS for Chaosflöte

composed/performed by Melody Chua

visuals by Xuan

30 August: Premiere at Design Biennale Zürich

3 September: Performance at Swiss Digital Day

27 September: Performance at Zürich Digital Festival/Refresh #2

20 November: University of South Florida, Barness Hall

13 December: Zürich University of the Arts/Lange Nacht

August 2019
28 May 2020
19:00 EDT
Null-state on Opera del Sol talk series
Join us on May 29 for an informal chat about what we do at Null-state. Thanks, Opera del Sol, for hosting us! Watch the full stream here.
30 May 2020
15:00 EDT
Intercontinental Live coding Performance at the Accidental Music Festival
Melody (Zürich) and Benjamin (Tampa) perform meditation. dystopia, live coding from different continents over the internet. Watch the full livestream here (tickets must be reserved in advance).
Null-state performs at the Network Music Festival
Melody (Zürich) and Benjamin (Tampa) perform an intercontinental live coding set at the 2020 Network Music Festival: "Sound Without Borders."
 18 July 2020
11:40 EDT

founder co-Artistic Director of SCENE&heard, a new music concert series at the (SCENE) Metrospace gallery in East Lansing, Michigan. Today, David lives in Wichita, Kansas, where he teaches music composition and theory at the Wichita State University. Previously, he has taught at the University of Central Florida and served as president of the Central Florida Composers Forum and Director of Digital Media for the Timucua Arts Foundation.

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