Scott Blasco is a composer and sound artist currently residing in Pullman, Washington. His music has recently been performed at the Electronic Music Midwest Festival, the Electroacoustic Barn Dance festival, and in the Kansas City Art Institute’s ArtSounds concert series. Recent projects include an in-progress setting of Emily Dickinson texts for voice, percussion, and computer with tenor Brian Carter, Fourth Dimension, an interactive sound-art installation collaboration with multimedia artist Reza Safavi, and Monument III: Charleston, Summer of 2015 for wind ensemble and electronics, commissioned by Danh Pham for the WSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble.
Scott teaches composition, music theory, and electronic music at Washington State University, and is a founding member of the Kansas City-area electroacoustic new music ensemble The Digital Honkbox Revival. He holds degrees in music from Western Michigan University and Calvin College, in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, where he studied theology and the arts, and recently completed a doctorate in music composition at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance.