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Bischoff Resume

JOHN BISCHOFF, composer (born 1949, San Francisco) 1374 Francisco St. Berkeley, CA 94702 ph: 510.540.5539 fx: 510.704.9881


1995 Solo concert - STEIM, Amsterdam 1995 Computer Music Festival, Logos Foundation, Ghent 1995 Solo concert - Het Apollohuis, Eindhoven 1994 Governor's Conference on Art and Technology, Santa Clara 1993 Solo concert - Experimental Intermedia, New York 1993 Academie der K_nste (Berlin) and Moers Festival, Germany 1992 Soundwork Northwest, Seattle 1992 Het Apollohuis and Institute of Sonology, Holland 1992 Logos Foundation and Free University of Brussels, Belgium 1991 Electronic Music Plus Festival, Mills College 1990 Solo concert - New Langton Arts, San Francisco 1989 New Music America 1989, New York 1988 Fylkingen (Sweden) and Logos Foundation (Belgium) 1987 The Clocktower and Experimental Intermedia, NY 1986 The Network Muse Festival, The Lab, San Francisco 1984 Roulette (New York) and Wesleyan University (Connecticut) 1981 New Music America 1981, Japan Center Theatre, SF 1980 Visiting Artist, World Music Concert Series, Wesleyan University 1979 Festival D'Autumne, Paris 1979 Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester (England) 1976 Performance/Installation, University Art Museum, Berkeley

AWARDS AND HONORS 1991 Composer-in-Residence, Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College 1988 Panelist, Speaking of Music, the Exploratorium, San Francisco 1985 Founding member, The Hub 1978 Founding member, The League of Automatic Music Composers 1973 Elizabeth Mills Crothers Prize in Composition, Mills College

PUBLICATIONS 1991 Article, Software as Sculpture, Leonardo Music Journal (Vol.1, No. 1) 1990 Co-Authored article, Paper Hubrenga, I.S. Journal (Vol. 5, No. 1) 1985 Co-Authored article, Microcomputer Network Music, "Foundations of Computer Music", MIT Press

DISCOGRAPHY 1994 CD - CDCM Computer Music Series, Vol. 17, Centaur CRC 2195 1994 CD - The Hub: Wreckin' Ball, Artifact Recordings ART 1008, Berkeley 1994 CD - Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL (compilation), Frog Peak Music FP002 1992 CD - Yearbook, Vol. 1 (compilation), Rastascan Records BRD008, San Leandro, CA 1990 CD - Artificial Horizon (w/ Tim Perkis), Artifact Recordings ART 1003, Berkeley 1989 CD - The Hub: Computer Network Music, Artifact Recordings ART 1002, Berkeley 1980 EP - Lovely Little Records, Lovely Music Ltd. 101-06, New York

EDUCATION 1973 MFA - Electronic Music and Recording Media, Mills College 1971 BFA - Music Composition, California Institute of the Arts

WORK EXPERIENCE 1992-present: Studios Coordinator and on faculty, Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College 1989-present: Treasurer, Ubu Inc/Artifact Recordings (non-profit), Berkeley 1975-1992: Head Technician and Faculty, Music Dept., City College of San Francisco