Andrew Phillip Lane
(b. 1978, Santa Ana, California)
Andrew Lane holds a Master of Music degree in Intermedia Music Technology from the University of Oregon. He was an instructor of Electronic Music Techniques at the University of Oregon from 2003-2004. He specialties include: electroacoustic composition, interactive multimedia creation, music interface development, choral and instrumental conductiong, and music technology. He recieved a Bachelor of Arts in Music, with studies in voice and viola, from Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington in 1999.
Andrew's recent artistic works have included French's Dome, soundtrack for YAN (a short animated film), and Sonata for Mixing Bowl and MG. Currently Andrew is working on a collection of interactive multimedia art pieces that use sound, video, still imagery, and live user interaction to create living, ever-changing artwork. His Bystanders was performed by audience members in the April 2002 Future Music Oregon concert. Sky Canvas, his latest work, uses live video manipulation through a custom programmed user interface system. Most of Andrew's work is created through MAX/MSP/Jitter, Kyma, and custom electronics and instruments.
While living in Spokane, Andrew performed with The Whitworth Choir, Jazz Singers, Chamber Singers, Opera Workshop Ensemble, Spokane Falls Community Symphony, and founded the Hawthorne String Quartet. In Eugene, he played viola in the University of Oregon Symphony Orchestra. Andrew has served as the Conductor for the recent original film score for the movie Westender, Director of Music for Judah Productions, Cofounder/Director North Salem String Camp, and Sound and Light Designer for Springfield Performing Arts Camp. Currently he is the Director of Music at Springfield Lutheran Church, Strings Teacher at the Eugene Waldorf School, and Suzuki Violin at the University of Oregon Suzuki String Program.
Andrew is an avid fly-fisherman, backpacker, climber, and photographer.
Enjoying the beauty found in Oregon's wilds is both a renewing and invigorating