Tom Lopez



Tom Lopez teaches at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music; Chair of the TIMARA (Technology in Music and Related Arts) Department and Associate Professor of Computer Music & Digital Arts. He is also the Director of the Computer Music Program at The Walden School.
Tom has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Aaron Copland Fund, the Mid-America Arts Alliance, the Betty Freeman Foundation, the Knight Foundation, the Disney Foundation, Meet the Composer, ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, & Publishers), and a Fulbright Fellowship as composer-in-residence at CIRM (Centre International de Recherche Musical) in Nice, France. He has appeared at festivals and conferences around the world as a guest lecturer and composer.
Tom is on the board of directors of the Living Music Foundation; has served on the board of SEAMUS (Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States) and executive committee of SCI (Society of Composers, Inc.), and was president of TCMN (Texas Computer Musicians Network). He has been a resident artist at the MacDowell Colony, the Blue Mountain Center, the Atlantic Center for the Arts, the Copland House, Villa Montalvo, and Djerassi.

Music by Tom Lopez

Apparent Motion
solo piano
Auxilio & Au Secours
electro-acoustic with video by Anita Pantin
string quartet & optional effects
The Death of the Moth
chamber orchestra, audio playback
optional video by Rian Brown & Hege Røyert
Dirge for Déjà Vu

electro-acoustic with choreography by Bryan Green
Espaces Pointillés
flute & effects
Hollow Ground I
Hollow Ground II
soprano voice & audio playback
Hollow Ground III
Instruments of Faith
electro-acoustic with choreography by Bryan Green
Immaculata Erotica
electro-acoustic with choreography by Bryan Green
electro-acoustic with video by Nate Pagel
12 female voices & optional percussion
electro-acoustic with video by Nate Pagel
solo piano and optional dancing page turner
The Settler
score for film by Rian Brown
They Hearken to Echoes
two flutes
Thicker than Water
chamber orchestra
electro-acoustic with video by Nate Pagel