Booking Agent : Giorgio Salmoiraghi
Based in rural New Mexico, William Fowler Collins (b.1974) is a composer, recording artist, and performer. His music extends across and beyond many genres (including modern classical, drone, minimalism, and free improvisation).
Collins has released music on the SIGE, Type, Blackest Rainbow, Handmade Birds, Daymare, Sicksicksick, Tapeworm, and Root Strata record labels. Additionally, he is a partner in several collaborative projects including Thalassa with Aaron Bradford Turner (SUMAC, Isis), Mesa Ritual with Raven Chacon, and a duo with James Jackson Toth (Wooden Wand). He is also co-founder of the group Summer of Seventeen alongside Aaron Turner, Faith Coloccia (Mamiffer), Monika Khot (Nordra), and Daniel Menche. Collins has also recorded/performed/collaborated with Marshall Trammell (Music Research Strategies, Black Spirituals), John Dieterich (Deerhoof), Jeremy Barnes (Neutral Milk Hotel, A Hawk and a Hacksaw), Heather Trost (A Hawk and a Hacksaw), and Margarida Garcia. He has collaborated and performed with artist Claudia X. Valdes and has worked with filmmaker/director Blackhorse Lowe. Collins performs nationally and internationally, in both solo and group contexts.
In 2004 Collins graduated from Mills College with an MFA in Electronic Music and Recording Media.
William Fowler Collins has licensed music for dance, video, and installation.
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