Christopher Poovey is a composer based in Bloomington Indiana who strives to create music which utilizes formalized structures and processes in order to enhance its emotional and poetic goals. Christopher has been recognized by the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States, the International Computer Music Association, The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Voices of Change New Music Ensemble, the National Music Teachers Association, the National Student Electronic Music Event, and Texas Music Teachers Association for his work. He has taken courses at the Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique as well as at Princeton University in the Só Percussion Summer Institute and is currently pursuing a bachelor of music in composition at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and has studied with distinguished composers such as Aaron Travers, Sven-David Sandström, Claude Baker, John Gibson and Jeffery Hass.
LISTEN: Contamination for Brass Choir
Melinda Ho, Sam Wells, Grant Smiley, Trumpet
Michael Harris, Chris Neiner, Nicolás Pérez, Horn
Austin Pancner, Ryan Krofta, Benjamin Boskin, Trombone
John Sorsen & Grayson Mento, Euphonium
Nathaniel Davis, Tuba
Tiffany Galus, Conductor