Music Theory; Music-in-Education; Computer Music Programming
Paul Burdick is a composer, theorist, and educator who specializes in music and technology. He has worked in the field of algorithmic composition, developing composition software in conjunction with Soundtrack Recording Studios. Music created with this software is used as theme and underscore for nationally syndicated cable television. He has also composed for film, with broadcasts on PBS and WNET in New York. His orchestral works have been performed by the Buffalo Philharmonic and his chamber music has been performed by the Josquin Cage New Music Ensemble and in the Brookline Library New Music Series.
B.M., Berklee College of Music; M.M., NEC. Theory and composition with Hugo Norden, John Bavicchi, William Thomas McKinley, Robert Cogan. Former faculty of Northeastern University.