Todd Stewart Coleman is a composer, bassist, educator, and founding director of Elon University's Music Production & Recording Arts degree program where he has taught since 2007. Before Elon, Coleman taught music at Grinnell College and was a curricular technology specialist for the arts. Coleman composes music in diverse genres and styles, including classical music for the concert hall, music for film and documentary television, and interactive soundtracks for immersive escape rooms. His music often explores the intersection of the arts and technology, blurring boundaries between disciplines and styles.
Coleman studied at the renowned Eastman School of Music in New York (DMA 2002, MM 1999) with composers Joseph Schwanter, Christopher Rouse, Augusta Read Thomas, and David Liptak. His undergraduate studies were at Brigham Young University (BM 1996) with composers Michael Hicks, Stephen Jones, David Sargent, and Murray Boren.
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