Kyle Bruckmann

Oboist Kyle Bruckmann tramples genre boundaries in widely ranging work as a composer/performer, educator, classical freelancer and New Music specialist. ComposerEducator

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Triptych (tautological) (2020) Carrier

Triptych (tautological) (2020) Carrier

A Spurious Autobiography for John Barth (live electronics version) An Extruded Introversion for Blixa Bargeld A Spurious Autobiography for John Barth (oboe/English horn version) A Fuzzy Monolith for James Turrell Carrier 050 " . . . fine, acerbic, hugely colorful . ....

Maija Hynninen: Dawn Breaks (2019) Ravello

Maija Hynninen: Dawn Breaks (2019) Ravello

Maija Hynninen: Dawn Breaks "Welcoming the new day in the world of composer Maija Hynninen is not soft like early morning rays. In DAWN BREAKS, Hynninen does away with the cliches of warmth and comfort in the morning. Performing all of the electronics on this album,...

Aaron Novik: Berlin (2019)

Aaron Novik: Berlin (2019)

Berlin (EP) released October 18, 2019 Aaron Novik - bass clarinet Kyle Bruckmann - oboe, english horn Crystal Pascucci - cello Lisa Mezzacappa - bass Jordan Glenn - found object percussion recorded by John Finkbeiner at New,...

Roscoe Mitchell Orchestra: Littlefield Concer...

Roscoe Mitchell Orchestra: Littlefield Concer...

Wide Hive Records "Recorded March 19th and 20th 2018 in the Littlefield Auditorium, Mills College, where Roscoe has held the chair of composition, once held by esteemed composer Darius Milhaud for over a decade. Encompassing intriguing instrumentation with fully...

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Meet Kyle Bruckmann

Oakland, CA-based oboist and electronic musician Kyle Bruckmann’s work extends from a Western classical foundation into gray areas encompassing free jazz, post-punk and the noise underground. He is a member of sfSound, SFCMP, Splinter Reeds, Eco Ensemble, Stockton Symphony, and Quinteto Latino, and can be heard on more than 80 recordings. Since relocating from Chicago in 2003, he has performed with the San Francisco Symphony and most of the area’s regional orchestras while remaining active within an international community of improvisers and sound artists. Significant collaborative projects he leads or co-founded include Degradient, EKG, Lozenge, and Wrack. He is a professor at University of the Pacific, and also teaches at UC Santa Cruz, Davis, and Berkeley.

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