Lou Bunk

Lou Bunk



Phone: (603) 899-4016

Office:  Cheney Hall, Rindge

Visual Performing Arts, Music

PhD Composition and Theory, Brandeis University
MA Composition, Washington University

Lou Bunk (born 1972) is an American composer and improviser of minimal yet intricate music that investigates sound and silence through extended instrumental techniques, microtones and custom-made electronic and acoustic instruments. He is influenced by many forms of avant-garde classical music as well as the vibrant electro-acoustic improv scene in and around Boston and New York. In his home town Somerville Massachusetts, Lou produces the concert series Opensound, and has chaired the Somerville Arts Council. Lou is co-director of Collide-O-Scope Music, a NYC based new music ensemble, and is Associate Professor of Music at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire where he teaches Music Technology. He received a PhD in Music Composition and Theory from Brandeis University.

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