Mark Eid, a Master’s Degree in Applied Composition to Audiovisual and Scenic Production student at the Liceu Conservatory has been awarded with the second prize in the I BSO EnfocAH Contest.
Mark Eid, originally from Lebanon, composed the work Time to participate in this new call promoted by Doctors Without Borders.
This contest is part of the project “EnfocAH, humanitarian photography in the face of oblivion and silence”, and rewards the composition that best suits the content of the photographic coverage “I wish we weren’t here” by the Jungleye collective. This initiative seeks to discover the compositional talent of students from modern music schools and to value the role of music as an enriching element in audiovisual language.
From the Liceu Conservatory Foundation we want to congratulate our student Mark Eid and those institutions that, such as Doctors Without Borders, continue to bet on young musicians and offer them a way of promotion and creativity.
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