Greg Bruce

Canada °1983
research interests: artistic research, electroacoustic music, improvisation, classical performance practice, saxophone, Augmented Instruments, analogue electronics, analogue vs digital, research-creation
affiliation: University of Toronto

Greg Bruce is a multifaceted saxophonist, improvisor, and composer from St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. As a musical anarchist who blurs the lines between classical, jazz, folk, and pop, Greg plays with a diverse range of ensembles and can be heard on a variety of recordings. He is a consummate performer who is equally comfortable playing with street bands, at academic conferences, in bars, or in concert halls; and who has played extensively in Canada, as well as in the US, the UK, France, Italy and Russia.

As a Doctor of Musical Arts Candidate at the University of Toronto and a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Fellow, Greg is also an accomplished artist-researcher. His current research-creation innovates the relationship between analog technology and acoustic instruments through improvisation, composition, and performance on feedback saxophone.


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