Andrew Moses

Andrew Moses is a multimedia artist, composer, and clarinetist living in Los Angeles. His work has been performed by ensembles such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Master Chorale, International Contemporary Ensemble, Wild Up, Curtis Symphony Orchestra, and Mivos, Argus, Calder, and Zorá string quartets. His work has been presented by venues such as the Ojai Music Festival, LA Phil’s Noon to Midnight and Green Umbrella series, Los Angeles’ Next on Grand Festival, UTA Artist Space, PHASE Gallery, Shapeshifter Lab, Yellow Barn, and Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival. Moses was Nancy and Barry Sanders’ Composer Fellow with the Los Angeles Philharmonic 2013-2016. He was Teaching Artist at Toolbox International Creative Academy 2023 in Hong Kong, where his piece, Ecstatic Immanence, for ‘cello, percussion, and electronics was premiered by Oliver Herbert and Haruka Fujii. In June 2023, his duo show with Teresa Piecuch, Telepathic Radiation Causality, opened at PHASE Gallery in Lincoln Heights. Upcoming engagements include a performance at Indexical in Santa Cruz that situates covert sonic military apparatuses in feedback and includes four custom wheel-based polyphonic string instruments, the premiere of a piece for solo bass clarinet for the Curtis Institute’s 2024 Centenary Commissioning Initiative, a piece for double bass and electronics commissioned by Daniel W. Dietrich II Fund and Friends of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, and a piece for Los Angeles Woodwind Skill Share (LAWWSS) with which Moses has been a regular participant as clarinetist since 2022. As a clarinetist, Moses has performed as soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Ensemble and in chamber settings with iPalpiti Artists International, Curtis’ 20/21 Ensemble, and the Arcana New Music Ensemble. He has an MFA in Art and Technology with a concentration at the Center for Integrated Media from the California Institute of the Arts and a BM in composition as Anthony B. Creamer III Fellow at the Curtis Institute of Music.