Bruce P. Mahin's work with algorithmic compositional models led to the development of real-time interactive computer music systems, commercial applications for mobile devices, and an active performance schedule. He holds the rank of Professor of Music and serves as Director of the Radford University Center for Music Technology.
"I Love Music" iBook published on Apple iTunes store, November 1, 2012
Recorded/produced "What Will I Choose" and "Layin" by pop-duo" Loves It!" now (2012) on Amazon.com
March 30, 2012 Brian Peters performs of "Of Mice and Men" for vibraphone and electronics, SCI conference
November 10, 2011 Cellist J.W. Turner performs "Cyclic Maneuvers" for cello and electronics, High Point U.
March 14, 2011 Cellist J.W. Turner performance, "Waves of Amber" Raleigh
March 18, 2011 Cellist J.W. Turner performance, "Waves of Amber" Roanoke
July 13, 2011 Glasgow-based Scottish Voices performance, "Time Squared."
October 27, 2011 Cellist J.W. Turner performance, "Waves of Amber" Radford
Oct. 30, 2009 Cellist J.W. Turner premiere of "Waves of Amber", Radford Univ.
Nov. 5, 2009 Cellist J.W. Turner, Winston-Salem State University
Nov. 15, 2009 Cellist J.W. Turner, Appalachian State University
Feb. 4, 2010 Society of Composers Region IV conference, UNC - Greensboro
Feb. 18, 2010 Presentation: "Higher Ed. in the 21st-century," CIDER - VPI/SU
April 1, 2010 Cellist Jeffrey Krieger, Radford University
July 27, 2010 Stamford (England) International Music Festival
Sept. 21, 2010 Guest composer, New Music Festival UNC-Greensboro
Nov. 14-15, Composer residency/concert, Winston-Salem State University
Feb. 9 Pianist Chung Ha Kim Radford University
Feb. 15 Pianist Lisa Weiss, St. Stephens Church, New York City
Feb. 18 Pianist Lisa Weiss, Goucher College, Baltimore
Feb. 25 Pianist Lisa Weiss Radford University
March 13 WSSU String Trio, Southeastern Composers League, Greensboro, NC
March 17 Pianist Chung-Ha Kim, Mount Union College, OH
March 20 Cellist J.W. Turner, CMS, George Mason University, VA
April 3 String Trio, SCI, Santa Fe College, NM
April 8 Scottish Voices , Goucher College, Baltimore
April 9 Scottish Voices , U of Delaware
April 15 Scottish Voices , Radford University
Oct. 30 J.W.Turner, cello, Radford University
Recent Awards and Honors
2010 Artist Residency, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (May - June)
2009 Artist Residency, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (May - June)
2007 Radford University Distinguished Creative Scholar Award
2007 Artist Residency, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (September – October)
2007 Visiting International Scholar, University of Glasgow (November)
2007 SCHEV Outstanding Faculty Award Nominee
2007 Virginia Commission for the Arts, Artist Fellowship Finalist
"Skye Lines", Radford University, February 5
"Freedom Lost" for piano, Washington & Lee University, February 11
"Freedom Lost" for piano, Radford University, Febuary 15
"Freedom Lost" for piano, Western Illinois University, March 6
"Freedom Lost" for piano, UNC-Greensboro, March 15
"Platonic Drowse", "Safe in Shade" at Glasgow West End Festival, June 9
"Safe in Shade" for four voices and harp, New Horizons Concert, Radford University, April 4.
"Freedom Lost" for piano, Radford University, Sept. 11.
"Freedom Lost" for piano, Winthrop University, October 14.
"Skye Lines" for clarinet, piano and percussion, PASIC (Austin, TX), November 7.
"Eat or Be Eaten" featured on npr.org, September 27.
“Non-Linear Temporal Constructs and the Loss of Self in Edgard Varese's Octandre, Jackson Pollocks Lavender Mist, and Robert Penn Warren's Being Here,” Current Issues in 20th-Century Music. Sydney: forthcoming 2007 (premiere issue).
"En un instant : les parallèles de la construction temporelle dans Octandre d'Edgard Varese, Lavender Mist de Jackson Pollock, et Being Here de Robert Penn Warren," L'oeuvre en morceaux: Esthétiques de la mosaïque. Paris/Brussels: Les Impressions Nouvelles, 2006.
"Safe in Shade" for four voices and harp, Glasgow West End Festival, Scotland, June 12.
"Blue" for two pianos, Society of Composers National Conference, October 15
"Blue" for two pianos, New Horizons, Radford University, March 24
"Blue," SCI CD Series, Vol. 21, Capstone Recordings (CPS-8748), 2005.