Dr. Bruce Hamilton
Associate Professor of Music
Electroacoustic Music, Theory, Composition
PAC 133; (360) 650-3711
- Doctorate of Music: Indiana University
- Master of Music: Indiana University
- Bachelor of Music: Indiana University
Bruce Hamilton holds DM and MM degrees in Composition and a BM in Percussion Performance from Indiana University, where he received the Performer’s Certificate, the Dean’s Prize in Composition, and the Cole Porter Memorial Composition Scholarship. His music is published by Non Sequitur Music and can be heard on the Albany, Capstone, SEAMUS, Mark, and Memex labels. Hamilton has received honors, awards, and commissions from Alea III, AMC, ASCAP, PAS, ACF, Barlow Endowment, Carbondale Community Arts, National Society of Arts and Letters, Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, Russolo-Pratella Foundation, Whatcom Symphony Orchestra, and SEAMUS. Hamilton is an associate professor of music at Western, where he teaches theory, composition and electroacoustic music. He serves as director of the WWU Electroacoustic Music Studio (WWEAMS) and is a co-organizer of the Bellingham Electronic Arts Festival (BEAF).