Irving Fine Professor of Music
Music composition, electronic and computer music
A composer most recognized for works that combine traditional instruments with computer generated sound, with many international premieres to his credit. Interested in expanding the legacy of electronic music.
Columbia University, D.M.A.
Columbia University, M.A.
Bates College, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Distinguished Guest Composer for one week, The Composers Conference, Wellesley, MA (2013)
Barlow Endowment commission for Talea Ensemble (2010) (2010)
Chamber Music America Commission for New York New Music Ensemble (2010)
MacDowell Colony Residency (2007)
Sylvia Goldstein Award (from Copland House) - for Flute Concerto: Three Love Poems (2007)
Koussevitzky Foundation in the Library of Congress Commission (2005)
Aaron Copland Award (2004 - 2005)
American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Music (2003)
Fromm Foundation Fellowship (2001)
G. Schirmer Young Americans Art Song Competition Winner for Rain Towards Morning (1995)
International Society for Contemporary Music Prizes (1994)
Fromm Foundation Fellowship (1993)
Charles Ives Fellowship, American Academy of Arts & Letters (1986 - 1987)
John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (1986 - 1987)
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship (1986 - 1987)
National Endowment for the Arts Composers Fellowship (1983)
New York Foundation for the Arts Composers Fellowship (1983)
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|MUS||107a||Introduction to Electro-Acoustic Music|
|MUS||134b||Modernism in Music|
|MUS||160b||Electro-Acoustic Music Composition (Laptopping)|
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|MUS||162b||Seminar in MAX/MSP|
|MUS||292a||Seminar in Composition|
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