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Biography


Adam Scott Neal (b. 1981, Atlanta) is a composer whose work embraces a range of artistic engagement including acoustic and electroacoustic composition, video art, electronics hardware, and improvisation. His theoretical research focuses on modes of practice in experimental music, music and philosophy, and popular music analysis.

He earned a PhD at the University of Florida, where he studied with James Paul Sain, Paul Koonce, and Paul Richards. Previously, Adam studied with Robert Scott Thompson at Georgia State University, earning a BM in music technology and an MM in composition. Following this, he earned an MA in sonic arts from Queen's University Belfast, where he studied with Pedro Rebelo.

Adam has enjoyed over 100 performances of his music in 23 states, as well as the UK, Canada, China, Italy, Mexico, Slovenia, and Switzerland. His music has appeared on the following festivals, among others: June in Buffalo, soundSCAPE, New York Electroacoustic Music Festival, Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival, Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium, Harvest Moon, and Electronic Music Midwest. He has organized numerous contemporary music concerts in academic and non-academic settings, including those for Atlanta-based Terminus Ensemble, of which he is Co-Artistic Director.

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Now offering composition lessons in Atlanta or via Skype. Details here.

Doctoral Recital (playlist)

Program: Simoom, Adhmad, Nyx, Tearmunn, C/K/P, cords, Tether, fluid dynamics, Tidal

A retrospective playlist, 2004-present