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Brian Griffeath-Loeb, Composer

Brian Griffeath-Loeb (b. 1981) is an important emerging voice in the world of contemporary music. His work focuses on chaotic behavior, extended instrumental soundworlds, microtonality, space, silence, and collaborative experimentation. He holds degrees in composition from UC San Diego, the Royal College of Music in London, and Dartmouth College. Principal studies with Rand Steiger, and Charles Dodge. Additional studies with Roger Reynolds, David Sawer, Edwin Roxburgh, Kui Dong, Larry Polansky, and John Appleton. Up-coming projects include a piano solo for Luciane Cardassi as part of a Banff Centre creative residency, a quartertone bass flute solo for Rarescale artistic director Carla Rees. His music has been performed throughout the United States and England.

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