Sean Friar is a composer of music for orchestras, chamber ensembles, laptops, found objects, and invented instruments. He writes music that Slate Magazine called  “refreshingly new and solidly mature… and doesn’t take on airs, but instead takes joy in the process of discovery – in the continual experience of suspense and surprise – that good classical music has always championed.” He currently teaches composition at the USC Thornton School of Music in Los Angeles.

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