Brian Hulse
Composer/
Theorist-Philosopher-Teacher-
Activist
NEW: Recently signed
contract with Centaur
Records to record a 2nd
CD of his music in
collaboration with
conductor Paul Bhasin

Awarded Distinguished
Alumni Award
from the University of
Utah, 2013

Joined the editorial staff
of the journal "Analytical
Approaches to World
Music"

Upcoming:
Premier of a work for the
Sudbury Trio, April 2014
Brian Hulse (PhD Harvard) is Associate Professor
of Composition and Theory at the College of
William & Mary. His compositions have been
described as quirky, eclectic, and rhythmically
robust. A disc of his music ("pseudosynthesis")
appears on the Albany label. He is currently
working on a second CD of his music for Centaur
Records.
Hulse's scholarly work focuses on the philosophy
of music. In particular, it applies concepts derived
from Gilles Deleuze and Henri Bergson, rethinking
music in terms of repetition and the virtual-actual
processes of musical becoming. He has also
presented and published essays on topics such
as minimalism, improvisation, and composition.