Grey Grant is a Michigan based composer/performer, whose work currently centers around the urgency of identity and the environment. Grey was recently selected as a resident of the Gabriella Lena Frank Creative Academy of Music for 2019. Grey’s upcoming projects include an immersive tree opera, and an album with the band Front Porch. They received their BM from the University of Michigan, with a minor in Creative Writing (poetry). Their artistic mentors have included: Stephen Rush, Evan Chambers, Bright Sheng, Kristin Kuster, and Keith Taylor. Grey can't stress enough how much they love trees.
Karl Ronneburg is a composer, percussionist, writer, and
multimedia/performance artist from the Seattle area. An avid performer of his own music, his work has also been performed by bell towers, bands, arcade machines, and people dressed in squirrel costume, among others. He is additionally an active performer in a variety of interdisciplinary settings, including the role of the Dictator in Meredith Monk’s Quarry at the University of Michigan and a complete adaptation of Phillip Glass and Robert Wilson’s Einstein on the Beach for his living room. He recently completed his Master’s in Composition at the New School in New York City, studying with Missy Mazzoli.