Member Profile: Edwin Kenzo Huet
Edwin Kenzo Huet is a composer and sound artist from San Jose, California studying under Dr. Geoffrey Wright at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins, where he is pursuing master’s degrees in computer music composition and recording arts and sciences. His works have been selected for presentation throughout the world at SEAMUS 2014/2015, ICMC/SMC 2014, N_SEME 2014, LEM, and Le Bruit de la Neige. His work is featured in film, photography, drawing, video game, and contemporary design projects. Prism (2014), for Disklavier and custom reactive software, received 2nd place in the 2014 Peabody Prix D’Été. Meridian (2015) received the XXIX 3rd Luigi Russolo Award and a CD release on Monochrome Visions. His music was featured on contemporary dancer Shou-Yuo Liu’s SHAPDE 5.5 project in Taipei. Edwin is also an active performer and improviser of electro-acoustic music, having performed with Craig Taborn, Michael Formanek, Divisio, the Peabody Wind Ensemble, the Out Of Your Head Collective, and more. Edwin earned a B.M. in computer music composition from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.