L. Scott Price’s work reflects an overall interest in the expressive potential of sound, focusing especially in the areas of acousmatic/fixed media composition, spectral composition, just intonation, algorithmic composition, and both human and computer improvisation. He recently earned a Ph.D. from the University of North Texas College of Music in Denton, Texas. While there, he served as a graduate assistant in both the Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia (CEMI) and the Division of Composition Studies. While at UNT he studied with David Bithell, Joseph Klein, Andrew May, and Jon Christopher Nelson.

In addition to his studies at UNT, he received an M.M. in Composition from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, where his teachers included Marilyn Shrude, Elainie Lillios, and Burton Beerman.  He also holds a B.M. in composition from Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois, where he studied with David Vayo and Serra Hwang.

His music has been featured at EmuFest 2011 in Rome, Pixilerations [v.8], the Hilltown New Music Festival, the Dallas Festival of Modern Music, Dangerous Curves in Los Angeles, several SEAMUS National Conferences, the Electroacoustic Juke Joint festival at Delta State University, the Electroacoustic Barn Dance at the University of Mary Washington, the Electric LaTex Festival of Electronic Music, Dangerous Curves in Los Angeles, California, the University of Nebraska at Kearney New Music Festival, the Threshold Festival of Electronic Music, and the New Music Café series at IWU.

Recent works include commissions from clarinetist Rachel Yoder and Los Angeles based new music duo Guthrie and Streb.

Curriculum Vita

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