George Brunner (composer)

George "Skip" Brunner ( born August 24, 1951 in Philadelphia ) is an American composer, musician and music producer.

Brunner was in 1996, 1998 and 2001 Composer in Residence at Elektronmusikstudion (ems ) in Stockholm, also in 2001 at the Kungliga Musikhögskolan i Stockholm. In 2002 he was co -director of the organized by Istanbul Bilgi University first international festival of electroacoustic music in Istanbul, for which he composed an interactive work for spoken text and sounds of the city of Istanbul.

On behalf of the Royal Irish Academy of Music in 2003, he composed the percussion trio Union. In the same year he was composer in residence at the Institute international de musique Electroacoustique de Bourges ( IMEB ) and composed for the Festival synthesis Bourges in 2003, the electro-acoustic works Within / Without. At the International Festival of Electroacoustic Music of Brooklyn College and the Festival of New Music Istanbul Bilgi University in 2004, he presented the piece Constellation 2: Fragile Light for soprano, flute, percussion and live electronics. For Morris, Long and his ensemble, he composed Elixir of the Central Fire for solo timpanist, three percussionists and Playback-CD.

When SPARK Festival of University of Minnesota Pianelan his concert was performed for piano, voice and flute. For the Remarkable Theater Brigade composed Brunner 2009, the Opera Delete, which was premiered at Carnegie Hall. He also produced electro- acoustic works by composers such as Morton Subotnick, John Cage, Pauline Oliveros, Robert Dick, Charles Dodge, Jon Appleton, Noah Creshevsky, James Mobberley, Jean Claude Risset, Lars Gunnar Bodin, Sten Hanson, Françoise barrier and Christian Clozier. Brunner is Director of the Music Technology program at Brooklyn College, founder of the Brooklyn College Electroacoustic Music Ensemble and the biennial International Electroacoustic Music Festival at Brooklyn College.


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  • Born in 1951
  • American composer