Nathan Brock (b. 1977) is an emerging composer of contemporary concert and chamber music. His works have been
performed by some of the most talented performers of new music in venues across North America, Europe, and Latin America.
Brock received his doctorate from the University of California, San Diego in 2007, where he studied with Roger Reynolds. His
interests include dramatic development, reconceptualizations of language, literary source material, expressions of personal
identity, and explorations of musical style. Noted musical influences include post-war modernism, American experimental
traditions, and lyrical gestures derived from Romantic and Expressionist traditions. Brock currently teaches at the University of
San Diego and is a post-doctoral researcher at the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology; he
can be found on the internet at www.nathanbrock.org.