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Nicholas Deyoe

Los Angeles, CA            

Nicholas Deyoe is a Los Angeles based composer, conductor, and guitarist, and is the Co–Founder and Artistic Director of the wasteLAnd concert series. His music has been called “intriguingly complex and excitedly lush” by the LA Times. Drawn to sounds that are inherently physical, Nicholas strives to create music that engages listeners intellectually and emotionally while appealing to their sense of physicality. His compositions combine uses of noise, delicacy, drama, fantasy, frustration, and lyricism to create a diverse sonic experience. He has received commissions from The Los Angles Philharmonic Association, Carnegie Hall, USINESONORE Festival, The La Jolla Symphony, Palimpsest, and several soloists. His music has been performed throughout North America, Europe, and Japan. He holds a Ph.D. in composition from UC San Diego where he studied with Roger Reynolds. Nicholas is currently on faculty at California Institute of the Arts where he conducts The Ensemble and teaches composition, and is the chair of the Instrumental Arts specialization. 

NCTRN

world premiere of NCTRN for solo piano, performed by Richard Valitutto
November 11, 2014
REDCAT, Los Angeles

NCTRN was commissioned by PianoSpheres for Richard Valitutto

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Finally, the cylindrical voids tapping along

6 songs for soprano, flute, trombone, cello, and bass on poetry by Allison Carter

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Lullaby 6 “For Duane”

concerto for amplified cello and 9 players

performed by wasteLAnd
Ashley Walters, cello soloist

Élise Roy, flutes
Brian Walsh, clarinets
Claire Chenette, oboe
Archie Carey, bassoon
Allen Fogle, horn
Aaron Smith, trumpet
Matt Barbier, trombone
Luke Storm, tuba
Scott Worthington, double bass
Nicholas Deyoe, conductor

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