Siesky's work as a composer explores the intersections of art and music, bringing focus to the idiosyncrasies
of music creation and sonic processes alike. Aestheticism, psychology, and modern jazz are at the forefront of his compositional influences. His work
has been performed by Hypercube, Phoenix Brass, Resonance A Capella, and Laura Silva 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
2019 National Student Electroacoustic Music Event (NSEME) and the 2018 Festival DME. His work for solo piano, entitled Art Miniatures, won second prize for the Ohio Federation of Music Collegiate Composition Contest (OFMC). This piece was premiered by Laura Silva at the OFMC Conference with additional performances at the SCI Invitational and the West Fork New Music Festival.
In addition to his composition activities, Ryne is a bandleader, trumpeter, and arranger for the
New-Orleans inspired party band, Largemouth Brass Band, in Athens, Ohio. Largemouth released its first album under the same name, of which Ryne was the Mastering engineer. Ryne is also a leader and arranger for the ESPN featured band 24 Infinity. He has also ghostwritten on a
number of notable video games
and mixed multimedia.
Ryne graduated, with honors, from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and is currently a Graduate Assistant at Ohio University where he is working to earn his Master's in Music Composition where his primary teacher is Dr. Robert McClure.His works may be found through Talent Music Publishers.