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© 2004 Jim Newman

Mark Grey is a composer and sound designer currently living in San Francisco. His compositions have been premiered by and adopted into the repertoire of the Kronos Quartet, The Paul Dresher Ensemble, The California EAR Unit, cellist Joan Jeanrenaud and violinist Leila Josefowicz, in major venues internationally. During and following his Masters degree studies at San Jose State University's CREAM (Center for Research in Electroacoustic Music), under the direction of electroacoustic music pioneer Allen Strange, Grey began sound design work for John Adams, Philip Glass, Terry Riley and Boosey & Hawkes music publisher to name a few. His work with Adams for the first anniversary of September 11, On the Transmigration of Souls , premiered by the New York Philharmonic, won the Pulitzer Prize in Composition, 2002. He collaborated with Adams on The Dharma at Big Sur, for the grand opening of Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles in fall of 2003. Grey has recently been appointed sound designer at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris.