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Greg Anderson
Kenneth Atchley
Ben Azarm
Eva Baumgartner
John Bischoff
Chris Brown
Sarah Cahill
Doug Carrol
Clay Chaplin
Leo Ciesa
Alvin Curran
Xopher Davidson
Nick Didkovsky
Tom Djll
Scott Fraser
Daniel Goode
Scot Gresham-Lancaster
Ron Heglin
Jim Horton
David Kwan
Richard Lerman
David Mahler
Ikue Mori
Tom Nunn
Marie Pauline-Esguerra
Philip Perkins
Tim Perkis
Larry Polansky
Brian Reinbolt
Phil Stone
James Tenney
Mark Trayle
Blue Gene Tyranny
Tim Walters
William Winant
"Blue" Gene Tyranny, composer and pianist of avant garde music, has toured extensively in solo and group concerts throughout the U.S., Europe, Canada, Mexico and Brazil. He has composed over fifty works for electronic, instrumental and vocal ensembles, over thirty film and video soundtracks, and fifty scores for dance and theatre productions He has performed on many albums of contemporary music for Robert Ashley, Peter Gordon, Laurie Anderson, and John Cage. He has published articles including the 20th Century Avant-Garde section of the recent All-Music Guide (Miller-Freeman, 1993, 1995, 1997) His recent pieces include The Driver's Son (1989-1996), an audio -storyboard for voice, orchestra and interactive electronics commissioned by The Electrical Matter: His Tone of Voice at 36 (Empathy 1995) for voice and chamber orchestra; Nocturne With And Without Memory recorded by painst Lois Svard (Lovely Music CD); The De-Certified Highway of Dreams recorded by Double Edge (CRI); Free Delivery, a collection of live concerts (Lovely Music); Country Boy Country Dog/How to Discover Music in the Sounds of Your Daily Life, a 25-year project for orchestra, electonics and environmental sounds (Lovely Music); and Somehere in Arizona 1970 for baritone and electonics (in "Imaginary Landscapes," Electktra/Nonesuch). "Blue" Gene Tyranny has created live electonic and acoustic music for dances by Stefa Zawerucha, the Creach/Koester Co., Timothy Buckley, Trisha Brown and Steve Paxton. His music is the subject of chapters in Cole Gagne's Sonic Transports (de Falco, 1990) and Soundpieces 2: Interviews with American Compsers (Scarecrow Press, 1993) and W. Duckworth's Talking Music (Shirmer Press, 1995)