Andrew Stock

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Cohort Year: 2019
Research Interests: Experimental music, modernism, conceptual art, performance art, time-based media, Black studies
Education: B.M., Composition and Viola, Cleveland Institute of Music


Andrew Stock is a composer/artist working in concert and installative formats with focus areas in experimental music, conceptual art, and Black studies. His work has been commissioned or programmed by groups including LA Phil/wild Up, Fonema Consort, Quince Ensemble, the New York Virtuoso Singers, and the Cleveland Chamber Symphony; projects have been financially supported by Goethe-Institut, ASCAP, and other arts organizations. Formerly a violist, Stock toured the U.S., Germany, and Switzerland as a soloist, chamber player, and orchestral musician until 2017 (NY Phil Biennial, New World Symphony, Aspen and Lucerne festivals, WQXR Q2). Since 2019 he has increasingly presented work in a variety of media or contexts outside concert music (e.g. performance art, text, curatorial) in addition to teaching, lecturing, and performing both as a PhD candidate (University of Chicago) and as a guest at other institutions (Yale, Stanford, Connecticut College, Webster University).

Teaching Experience

  • MUSI 10300 (Materials and Design)