Residence: Gainesville, USA
Tim Reed graduated with a BA in Creative Music Technologies from LaGrange College in 1999 and subsequently attended the Dallas Sound Lab School for the Recording Arts in the Fall of 2000. Tim completed his MM in Composition and Theory at Illinois State University in 2004. As a composer, Tim has received awards in several composition competitions including the Goliard Ensemble Composition Competition, the LaGrange Symphony Young Artist Composition Competition, and the 2004 Pedrick-Hutson Guitar Duo Commission Contest. Tim’s work has recently been performed at the Festival of New Music at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and at the Music ‘04 festival at the University of Cincinnati Conservatory. In October of 2003, Tim composed a score for the WIP Studios film, “Prison-a-Go-Go!”, which has won several awards including “Best Feature Film” in the Backseat Film Festival in Philadelphia. He has also written music for commercial projects including a CD for Intersound Records entitled “Affections: Music for Romance” and scores for the theater group, GMT productions. Tim is currently enrolled in the PhD program in Composition at the University of Florida.
Date: November 1, 2005