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Adam Scime has studied music all his life. He began to study the piano at the age of six and later began to study the double bass. Adam has composed music for as long as he can remember, but only began doing so at a serious level six years ago. Adam graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a degree in Theory and Composition. Adam has studied composition with Omar Daniel, Peter Paul Koprowski, Paul Frehner, and David Myska. Adam is now in the process of completing his masters degree at the University of Western Ontaio where he also plays double bass in the UWO symphony orchestra.
List of works
Song Without Words for 3 cellos and typewriter (2004)
When God lets my Body Be for 4 voices, oboe, violin, cello, and harpsichord (2005)
2 songs on Leonard Cohen for soprano and sting quartet (2005)
Tritonal for Piano, flute and cello (2006)
Talking in bed for voice and cello (2007)
Sonata for double bass and piano (2007)
Fixity for piano, violin, cello, and clarinet (2008)
Rilke Fragments for soprano, cello, and electronics (2008)
Fiction Weaving for flute and electroncs (2008)