Timothy Polashek is an Assistant Professor of Music at Transylvania University in Lexington Kentucky. Dr. Polashek's compositions have been performed in Hong Kong, Brazil, Moscow, and other European countries, including international festivals such as the International Computer Music Conference, International Intermedia Festival, and the Icelandic Festival of Electronic Arts.Timothy Polashek writes in a variety of media and styles, including vocal, instrumental, electro-acoustic music, text/sound compositions, and interactive performance systems. His music has been performed in Hong Kong, Brazil, Moscow, and other European countries, including international festivals such as the International Computer Music Conference, International Intermedia Festival, and the Icelandic Festival of Electronic Arts. His work can be found on Wood and Wire, published by Albany Records, and Electric Music Collective albums Incandescence and Defiant.His research projects in audio synthesis and text/sound music are published in the Journal of the Society of Electro-Acoustic Music of the United States and the Leonardo Music Journal, published by MIT Press. Interactive and computer music by Polashek is referenced and discussed in The Oxford History of Western Music encyclopedia published by Oxford University Press. He published The Word Rhythm Dictionary: A Resource for Writers, Rappers, Poets, and Lyricists in 2014.Tim received his Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition degree from Columbia University, an M.A. in Electro-Acoustic Music from Dartmouth College, and B.A. in Music with Honors from Grinnell College. He has studied composition and music theory with Jon Appleton, Jonathan Chenette, Charles Dodge, Joseph Dubiel, Brad Garton, Jonathan Kramer, Fred Lerdahl, Tristan Murail, and Larry Polansky.Bio courtesy of his faculty page, and his website.