ABOUT

The Artist

RYNE SIESKY

Siesky's work as a composer explores the intersections of art and music, bringing
focus to the idiosyncrasies of music creation
and sonic processes. Aestheticism,
psychology, and modern jazz are at the forefront of his compositional influences.
His work has been performed by
Hypercube, Invicta Sax Quartet, Lindsay Garritson, and Robert Black, among others. His music has been featured at festivals and conventions including the Charlotte New Music Festival, International Trumpet Guild, and the Society of Composers International.

 

Recently, his work for 8.1 channel fixed media entitled "...grind..." was selected for programming on the 2020 SEAMUS National Conference, International New Music Festival at USF, Earth Day Art Model - Telematic Festival, Cube Fest, and NYCEMF. The piece was also selected for the New Music by Living Composers Series with Petrichor Records. Additionally, his work for flute, violin, percussion, and prepared piano, entitled "yellow drips from my head," was named the winner of the Ensemble Ibis Composition Competition.

 

In addition to his composition activities, Ryne was previously a bandleader, trumpeter, and arranger for the New-Orleans inspired party band, Largemouth Brass Band. Ryne
was also a leader and arranger for the ESPN featured band
24 Infinity. He has also ghostwritten music on several notable video games. On his free time, Ryne is an avid foodie and semi-professional racquetball player. 

 

Ryne earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music from

Virginia Commonwealth University and his

Master of Music in composition from Ohio

University, studying under Robert McClure.

Siesky is currently a graduate teaching assistant

working on his DMA in composition at the

University of Miami - Frost School of Music

He is currently the artistic director of the

Azimuth Virtual Orchestra and a member of

the Society of Composers, Inc National

Student Council. 

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