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Erich Barganier

Erich Barganier

Music Adjunct Faculty

Music and Performing Arts Professions

Erich Barganier is a composer, multi-instrumentalist, and music technologist from St. Petersburg, Florida. Barganier began studying composition, coding, and music theory under Dr. Mark Dancigers while attending New College of Florida (B.A., 2014).  He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 2014 and taught English at the Belarus State University of Culture and Arts in Minsk while collecting regional folk songs and performing traditional American music across Eastern Europe. Barganier received his M.M. degree from NYU, studying under Julia Wolfe, Robert Honstein, Joan La Barbara and Tae Hong Park.

Barganier's work has been presented by Bang on a Can, The International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF), New York City Electroacoustic Improvisation Summit, Mostly Modern Festival, The New Music Gathering, National Sawdust, Le Poisson Rouge, Diffrazione Festival, Spectra Malaysia, Arts, Letters & Numbers, New Music New College, NYU, McGill University,  Spectrum NYC, The University of Wisconsin, The University of Georgia, The University of North Georgia, and The University of Alabama, among others.

He has written for Mivos Quartet, NOW Ensemble, Ashley Bathgate, Sybarite5, Quince, Bearthoven, Sandbox Percussion Ensemble, and Righteous Girls, among others. He has served as an artist-in-residence at McGill University (Montreal, QC) and Westben Artist Retreat (Westben, ON).


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