Roger Reynolds

Roger Reynolds


• Born 1934


Roger Reynolds studied with Ross Lee Finney and Roberto Gerhard and earned an undergraduate degree in engineering physics. A founding member of the ONCE Group, Reynolds is a teacher at the University of California at San Diego and founded the Center for Music Experiment and Related Research (1979). He was a composer-in-residence at IRCAM in Paris, France, and wrote The Emperor of Ice Cream (1962), Blind Men (1966) for 24 voices and chamber ensemble, I/O: A Ritual for 23 Performers (1970), and Fiery Wind for orchestra (1978).