University of Pittsburgh's Music and Movement Virtual Conference

    inner forms will be presented at the University of Pittsburg’s Music and Movement Virtual Conference a part of their video performance presentations. More info about the time and schedule will be available soon.


    Trudi Le Caine Award in GroundSwell's 2020 ECC

    Received the Trudi Le Caine Award in Electroactoustics for her piece wonted a part of GroundSwell’s 2020 Emerging Composers Competition. GroundSwell’s biennial Emerging Composers Competition was open to Canadian composers under 30 years of age and is for electroacoustic pieces composed between 2015 and 2020.


    Finalist in GroundSwell's 2020 ECC

    One of five finalists in GroundSwell’s biennial Emerging Composers Competition for electroacoustic pieces by Canadian composers. wonted is one of the chosen works, featured in GroundSwell’s Finalist Video.


    NottNOISE New Music Festival

    wonted will have its UK premiere programmed in the inaugural Nottingham New Music Festival's Marathon Concert. This concert will be livestreamed and available online. 


    ICOT piano miniature live stream series

    Pianists, Wesley Shen, Megan Thibeault, and Adam Sherkin perform IMPRINT as part of their live stream concert series.

    Jul 28, 2020Wesley Shen — Online
    Jul 29, 2020Adam Sherkin — Online
    Jul 30, 2020Megan Thibeault — Online

    ICOT 2020 call for scores winner

    IMPRINT was selected to be performed in ICOT's piano miniature concert series by pianists Wesley Shen, Megan Thibeault, and Adam Sherkin, to be livestreamed in July.


    IMPRINT featured on Daily Dose of Piano Series

    Pianist Francesca Hurst performs IMPRINT on her Daily Dose of Piano Series.


    Honourable Mention in Duo Axis’ commission prize

    "To us, Sunder was thoughtful and poised music; it has great craft when it comes to using resonance, and its sparse sounds are always placed just so—giving a sense of weight and depth that can be so rare for flute and piano music.” — Duo Axis


    Lexical Tones podcast feature

    Julia spoke with host (and ADJ•ective New Music Composers' Collective Member) Rob McClure about her music as a featured guest.


    What Brings You In Workshop

    Before COVID was in full effect, we held our first workshop to begin to piece together Leslie Ting’s inter-arts production, What Brings You In. I had been working on this piece on my own with occasional rehearsals with Leslie, but this was the chance for all involved collaborators to see how each of our parts would fit together. It was also the chance to begin working on the electronics spatialization across six speakers with sound designers Deanna Choi and William Fallon. This piece has been the first where I’ve ventured out of stereo diffused electronics, so this was super exciting to dive into. It was an amazing packed week of exploration, discovery, and critique with the whole team, such an inspiring group of artists to be collaborating with. There are some pretty cool things in store for the project moving forward and can’t wait to share more about it. link: