On March 8, 2014, flautist Sarah Pyle and composer Jeffrey Stolet performed Richard Dudas’ Prelude No. 1 on a concert as part of the Future Music Oregon series at the Thelma Schnitzer Hall of the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance.
Richard Dudas’ English translation of Volume II of Electronic Music and Sound Design – Theory and Practice with Max and MSP by Alessandro Cipriani and Maurizio Giri was published in January, 2014 and is now available for purchase directly from the ConTempoNet website, linked above. Both volumes provide a fantastic in-road to learning the techniques of computer music and how these techniques can be applied to musical projects using the Max/MSP environment – highly recommended!!
On May 16, 2013, pianist Oliver Kern premièred three of Dudas’ Moments Musicaux on a solo recital at Kumho Art Hall in Seoul, Korea.
In November 2012, Dudas was an invited speaker at the International Workshop on Computer Music and Audio Technology (WOCMAT) in Hsinchu, Taiwan, where, in addition to a seminar on score following techniques in Max/MSP entitled Performer-Computer Interaction: Score Following and Concert Patch Design, his composition Prelude and Fantasy for Alto Flute and Computer was performed by flautist I-Ju Chen, on the November 30 evening concert.
Dudas’ paper, “Warm Chorus – Re-thinking the Chorus Effect Using an Orchestral Section Model” was awarded the 2012 Best Presentation Award at the 2012 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
On July 31, 2011, Dudas’ Prelude and Fantasy for Alto Flute and Computer was given its European première on the opening concert of the 2011 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) in Huddersfield, UK, by flautist Helen Whitaker.
On June 4, 2011, Dudas’ Sonata for Clarinet and Piano was given its complete North American première by clarinetist Rane Moore and pianist Hubert Ho at the Seven Cats No.2 concert at the Lilypad in Cambridge, MA. They had previously premièred the first two movements of the sonata on a concert in Berkeley, CA.
Leonardo Music Jouranal’s 2010 edition (LMJ20), whose theme is improvisation, includes an article by Richard Dudas titled “Comprovisation”: The Various Facets of Composed Improvisation within Interactive Performance Systems, discussing the intricate relationship between composition and improvisation within interactive computer music performance systems.
On September 5, 2010, the latest in a series of Richard Dudas’ compositions for instrument with real-time computer interaction, Prelude and Fantasy for Alto Flute and Computer, was premiered at the 2010 Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF), by flautist Martina Roth from the Freiburg-based Ensemble Aventure, who curated the festival’s final concert.