About R. Wiley Evans
R . Wiley Evans, composer and tuba player, is currently the sound support engineer at Sega and executive director of music next millennium, a non-profit organization committed to the proliferation of new and experimental sounds. He has written music for everything from full feature films to video games. Sweet Dreams Driving School, a film scored by Wiley in 1990, debuted at the American Film Institute in Washington D.C. He received top honors in experimental animation at the 1993 American Film Festival for the score that he did for Mummer. Wiley holds a bachelor's degree in music performance from San Francisco State University and a masters degree in music composition from California Institute of the Arts.
Grun Talde: The beginnings of a much longer tape piece.
Doy Ou!: Excerpt of a piece that I made of found sound from Europe.
SOME OF THE COMPOSERS THAT HAD AN IMPACT ON ME Morton Subotnick Steven "Lucky" Mosko Mel Powell Rosco Mitchell Captain Beefheart Mingus Monk Anthony Braxton John Cage Morton Feldman Nyman Pauline Oliveros Erika Duke IS AWSOME Karlheinz Stockhausen
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