Works performed by Earplay:

the art of disappearing
from the ashes
Small Art

Bruce Christian Bennett (b. 1968) is a native of Seattle, currently residing in San Francisco. He is an active performer of improvised music. His works as a composer have been played throughout the United States and abroad by the Arditti String Quartet, the Avenue Winds, the Berkeley Symphony, CityWinds, the Del Sol String Quartet, Earplay, Ensemble InterContemporain, the Kairos Quartet, the New Orleans New Music Ensemble, the Oregon Bach Festival, the Paragon Brass Quintet, and Sirius, and by performers including Brian Connelly, Tom Dambly, Helen Gillet, Matt Ingalls, Jerry Kuderna, Alexandra Kocheva, Hugh Livingston, Gary Scavone, and Michael Zbyszynski. His electroacoustic music has been presented at curated events including the Electric Rainbow Coalition Festival at Dartmouth, Natural Disasters exhibit in New Orleans, the Pulse Field exhibition in Atlanta, the Electronic Music Midwest Festival, Sonic Circuits II, Cultural Labyrinth in San Francisco, EX-STATIC and Sonic Residues in Melbourne, Australia, and at ICMA, SEAMUS, and SCI conferences.

[from program for February 10, 2020 concert]