Christopher Trebue Moore Resume
| Christopher Trebue Moore is an active composer of acoustic and electroacoustic music. A native of Texas, he began formal studies of music at an early age focusing on jazz and rock guitar as well as harmony, counterpoint, and improvisation. He completed his D.M.A. at Stanford University where he studied composition with Brian Ferneyhough (primarily), Mark Applebaum, Chris Chafe and Josh Levine. Previous degrees earned include a Master of Music in composition from the University of Oregon, a Bachelor of Music in classical guitar performance from San Francisco State University, and an Artist's Diploma from the High School for Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, Texas.
A prolific composer since the late 1990's, Moore's body of work to date includes a long list of instrumental works for chamber and solo forces, in addition to numerous works for instruments and electronics, purely electronic works, works for voices, and for orchestra. His music has been performed across North America and Europe at various concerts, festivals and conferences by a host of performers including the Arditti String Quartet, Ensemble Surplus, musikFabrik, International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), Earplay, Insomnio, Graeme Jennings, Red fish/Blue fish, and Keith Kirchoff. Projects include a work for prepared piano, pre-recorded/digitally-enhanced piano, and electronics commissioned by Keith Kirchoff, a work for wind trio and percussion with live and fixed electronics (realized at the Strobel Experimentalstudio in Freiburg) written for musikFabrik, premiered at the Donaueschinger Musiktage 2009, and numerous mixed-media works. His discography is distributed by Innova Records (USA) with printed music published by Edition Gravis (Berlin).
Updated: April 13, 2014
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