Bruce P Mahin
Bruce P. Mahin is currently Professor of Music, and Director of the Radford University Center for Music Technology. He received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University, master of music composition from Northwestern University, and Bachelor of Music theory-composition from West Virginia University. He is a former President of the Southeastern Composers League, a former co-chair of Socity of Composers Region 3, and the recipient of awards from Meet the Composer, and the Virginia Commission for the Arts. His works are available on compact disc through Capstone Recordings (CPS-8624 and CPS-8611) and published in score by Pioneer Percussion, Ltd.
In 2005 Mahin received performances of "Blue", for two pianos at the National Conference of the Society of Composers and at Radford University. "Blue" was released nationally on the SCI CD series no. 21 as Capstone Records CPS-8748.
He was in residence as research fellow at University of Glasgow in 1996. During the 2002-03 concert season his "Skye Lines" received performances at numerous venues including University of Glasgow. In 2005, his work "Safe in Shade" was performed by Scottish Voices at the Glasgow West End Festival, and its sequel, "Platonic Drowse", will be heard at the West End Festival in 2007.
In 2004 Mahin presented his research "Non-linear Time Constructs and the Loss of 'Self'" in Robert Penn Warren's 'Being Here', Edgard Varese's 'Octandre' and Jackson Pollock's 'Lavender Mist' at the 3rd International Colloquia sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Applied Poetics in Liege, Belgium. This paper was published in French as a chapter of the book "Esthétiques de la mosaïque" (Paris/Brussels: Les Impressions Nouvelles, 2005).
Prof Bruce Mahin
Director, Center for Music Technology
Radford University Box 6968
Radford, VA 24141