CK Barlow | Towson University


CK Barlow is a multi-instrumentalist and composer who divides her time between producing
music for television, performing with electronics, and teaching music technology.
As a composer/producer for media, Ms. Barlow has placements in roughly 1,000 television
episodes spanning more than 230 series, along with several indie films, commercials,
and video games. Her work for media grew from her involvement in New Mexico’s renowned
live theater and dance scene, where she created dozens of sound designs and scores
for Tricklock Company, Theatre Grottesco, Working Classroom and many choreographers.
As a performer she has long specialized in structured improvisations using processed
field recordings, many released on  Zerx Records; as well as live sampling herself
and other performers. She has performed with Anthony Braxton, Malcolm Goldstein, and
JA Deane, and for 13 years with Deane’s acclaimed conduction ensemble
Out of Context. She has taught private music-production lessons and college-level music technology
since 2008 at the University of New Mexico, Goucher College, Montgomery College and
Towson. Ms. Barlow is a proud Board member of Baltimore’s High Zero Collective, a
foundation and presenter focused on experimental improvised music.

Barlow received her B.A. in Technical Writing/Computer Science with a minor in Music
Theory and Composition from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio; and her M.Mu. in Music
Theory and Composition with distinction from the University of New Mexico, where she
studied with Richard Hermann, Chris Shultis and Patrice Repar.

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