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作曲家羅仕偉1985年於臺灣出生，於國立臺灣師範大學音樂系就讀期間師事趙菁文教授以及克里斯・褔克(Kris Falk)。畢業後赴美國華盛頓大學(University of Washington)音樂研究所，接受哈克・霍吉(Huck Hodge)與胡安・帕賓(Juan Pampin)的指導，並於該校數位藝術與實驗媒體中心(Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media, DXARTS)之中從事教學與研究工作。
他近年來致力於科際整合領域藝術的研創與合作，結合器樂、人聲、電子音樂、數位媒介與機電藝術裝置。目前於美國紐約哥倫比亞大學(Columbia University)攻讀作曲博士學位，隨作曲家暨長號即興家喬治・路易斯(George Lewis)學習。
羅仕偉曾多次與知名音樂家與樂團合作並受邀為其寫作，包括荷蘭新室內樂團(Nieuw Ensemble)中提琴家法蘭克・布萊基(Frank Brakkee)、華盛頓大學中提琴教授米利亞・瓦特拉斯(Melia Watras)、國家交響樂團豎琴首席解瑄、十方樂集、台北室內合唱團、阿姆斯特丹阿特拉斯樂團(Atlas Ensemble)、荷蘭新室內樂團 (Nieuw Ensemble)等。
他曾贏得2014荷蘭豎琴音樂節暨作曲大賽(Dutch Harp Festival and Composition Contest)首獎與2015美國電聲音樂協會(SEAMUS)委託作曲比賽首獎；同時他也在2009-2010兩廳院「樂典」－國人音樂創作甄選與教育部文藝創作獎中獲頒獎項，並兩度獲得教育部「99年、103年留學獎學金」。
羅仕偉近期參與之研討會以及論壇包括荷蘭阿特拉斯音樂節(Atlas Festival)、第40屆國際電腦音樂研討會(International Computer Music Conference)、西雅圖交響樂團(Seattle Symphony)舉辦之約翰・亞當斯作曲家工作坊(John Adams ComposersWorkshop)、十方樂集「臺灣現代音樂論壇(三十)」和2009亞洲作曲家聯盟音樂節之臺灣青年作曲家代表。
LO Shih-wei (1985)
Lo Shih-wei is a Taiwanese composer born in 1985. He studied with Chao Ching-wen and Kris Falkat the National Taiwan Normal University (BFA in Music Theory and Composition),and with Huck Hodge and Juan Pampin at the University of Washington (MM in Composition). He also taught at the UW Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS).
Lo is known forcreating music that involves acoustic instruments, vocals, digital media, mechatronic art, and interdisciplinary collaboration. He is currently a Dean’s Fellow in the Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) at Columbia University, pursuing a DMA in Composition under the tutelage of George Lewis.
His past collaborations featured violinist Frank Brakee of Nieuw Ensemble, violin professor Melia Watras of the University of Washington, harpist Shannon Chieh of the National Symphony Orchestra in Taipei, Taiwan’s Forum Music Ensemble, Taipei Chamber Singers, and Amsterdam’s Atlas Ensemble and Nieuw Ensemble.
He was also the recipient of both the First Prize and Audience Award in the 2014 Dutch Harp Festival and Composition Contest; First Prize in the ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Commission Competition; and Honorable Mention in the 2015 American Composers Forum’s National Composition Contest.
Lo also holds the distinction for being the only composer who has received the Study Abroad Scholarship twice - in 2010 and 2014 - from the Taiwan Ministry of Education. He was also awarded prizes in competitions such as The Voices of Taiwan organized by the National Theater and Concert Hall, and the Literature and Art Creation Awards held by the Ministry of Education during 2009 and 2010.
He has recently attended conferences such as the 2014 Atlas Festival in Amsterdam; the 40th International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) held in conjunction with the 11th Sound & Music Computing Conference (SMC); John Adams Composers Workshop directed by the Seattle Symphony; Contemporary Taiwan Music Forum directed by Forum Music Ensemble; and the 28th Asian Composers’ League Conference and Festival in South Korea.