Composition Contest Winners Announced!

TI:ME is thrilled to announce the Gold Standard composition category winners in the 2018 TI: ME Electronic Music Composition Contest. The contest received hundreds of entries and was judged by a panel of distinguished experts in the field of electronic Composition Contest Winners Announced. 

Grand Prize Winner:
June Aino, Central Connecticut State University, Teacher: Charles Meloche
How to Ripen A Peach: 

Winner, Covers/Remixes Category, High School (grades 9-12)
Jack Morris, River Hill High School, Maryland. Teacher: Richard McCready
Glitch Remix: 

Winner, Notation Category, High School (grades 9-12)
Anson Ying Shun Wong, Diocesan Boys’ High School, Hong Kong. Teacher not listed

Winner, Notation Category, Middle School (grades 7-8)
Nevin Gregory, Alton C. Crews Middle School, Georgia, Teacher: Ashley Yoo
Dawn Of A New Age: 

Winner, DAW Category, College
Eun-Jin Chung, DePaul University, Illinois, Teacher: Thomas Matta
Letter To Dad, 

Winner, DAW Category, High School (grades 9-12)
Navarro Peck, Mission Vista High School, California, Teacher: Anne Fennell
Remember Me, 

Winner, DAW Category, Middle School (grades 7-8)
Tyler Brannon, Kealing Middle School, Teacher: Aragorn Eissler
The Bee Song, 

Winner, DAW Category, Elementary School (grades K-6)
Oscar Corwin-Hughes, Kealing Middle School, Teacher: Aragorn Eissler
The Space Song, 

Winner, Multimedia Category, College
Matthew McCroskey, Capital University, Ohio, Teacher: Mark Lochstampfor
The Epicenter: VR,!ooUWRZQa!rAYaLlFeUiilED2S9pYE9lM_SZjf3TixNnr6feiU4_U 

Winner, Multimedia Category, High School (grades 9-12)
Eric Robinson, River Hill High School, Maryland, Teacher: Richard McCready
Chaos of the Human Mind, 

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