Bryce Fuhrman

Bryce FuhrmanBryce Fuhrman (b. 1990 in Hanover, Pennsylvania) is an active composer of chamber, large-ensemble, instrumental, and vocal music. He is equally influenced by musical sources ranging from Charles Ives to Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and from John Cage to Rush. Bryce’s music uses the vibrancy and energy of rock and popular music as a launching point, fusing it together with his own harmonic and melodic language, creating a style that is at once both engaging and rewarding. Bryce currently studies at the University of Maryland with Mark Wilson, in the Doctor of Musical Arts program in composition. Previously, Bryce studied at the University of Louisville with Steve Rouse and Shenandoah University with William Averitt and Matthew Herman.


LISTEN: If Death Is Kind for vocalist and chamber ensemble
Autumn Allee, soprano; Brandon Coleman, electric guitar; Natalie Rahn, piano; Michael Montgomery, electric bass; Kyle McCoy, drum set



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