Clovis McEvoy is a 27-year-old composer, sound engineer and music journalist based in Auckland. He has worked with, and been commissioned to write for, members of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, and in 2013 selected to travel to Paris, France to study at IRCAM and participate in their Manifeste-Acadamie arts festival.
Clovis specialises in live electronic music, electroacoustic composition, instrumental composition and sound engineering. He has written soundtracks for short films, documentaries and live theatre.
Clovis co-founded the School of Music Students Association at Auckland University and was its first President from 2012-2013. He has received two Auckland University Blues awards for excellence in Arts and Services and Leadership and has won places in the Douglas Lilburn composition prize for his pieces Flâneur (second equal) Death Warmed Up (second equal) and Conflux (first place).
(Updated January 2015)