|Country||United States of America|
|Categories||Classical, Contemporary, Electronic|
Andrew Seager Cole is a composer and media artist and has collaborated extensively with artist, filmmakers, choreographers, and directors. His works have been performed at numerous festivals, including the International Computer Music Conference, June in Buffalo, Music X, Society of Electro-Acoustic Music US, the National Association of Composers USA, Brooklyn College's IEAMF, The National Flute Association, The North American Saxophone Alliance, Connecticut College's Symposium on Art and Technology, the Mehr!klang Festival Freiberg, and Electronic Music Midwest. He is a founding member of the After Now Ensemble and the Digital Honkbox Revival Ensemble and is the production manager for the Kansas City Electronic Music and Arts Alliance. Before returning to school, Andrew was the digital audio specialist at the Johns Hopkins Digital Media center. Awards include the 2008 NACUSA Young Composer's Competition, the 2006 Prix d'Ete, and the Robert Hall Lewis and Otto Ortman Awards. Andrew holds a BA in philosophy and music from Goucher College and MM's in computer music and composition from Peabody Conservatory. He is currently a Chancellor's Doctoral Fellow at the University of Missouri, Kansas City where he studies with Paul Rudy, Chen Yi, James Mobberley, and Jhou Long.