Residence: New York, USA
Drew Krause has written over 50 works for instrumental and electronic media. His music is published by Frog Peak and has been recorded by Innova, New Ariel, Frog Peak, and Bonk Records. He has received grants from Harvestworks, The MacDowell Colony, The Wurlitzer Foundation, and Meet the Composer, and residencies at Stanford University and Brooklyn College. A composition graduate of Juilliard (MM) and the University of Illinois (DMA), his principal teachers were Herbert Brun, Salvatore Martirano, Vincent Persichetti, Bernard Rands, and Stuart Smith. From 1988 through 1995 he led seminars in computer music and experimental composition at the University of Illinois. Performances include Roulette, Diapason Gallery, International Computer Music Conference, SCI National Conference, FOCUS!, and Ought-One festival. Active as a composer and pianist of contemporary music, he lives and works in New York City.
Date: December 21, 2003