Thomas L. Wilson
Thomas is the Instructor of Music Technology and Music Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Nebraska Omaha and recently served as the Adjunct Instructor of Music Industry Studies and Music Theory at Louisiana Tech University. He completed his Ph.D. in Music Composition at LSU with a minor in Experimental Music and Digital Media. His dissertation, the Rougarou Concerto, is a cello concerto for flex ensemble written for Eduard Teregulov. Prominent mentors throughout his studies include Mara Gibson, C.P. First, and Yotam Haber. Thomas enjoys collaborating internationally with performers, including at festivals such as the Atlantic Music Festival, highSCORE Festival, and ArtPlay Festival. His thesis The Reflections of My Introverted Sneakers can be found on the album Early Musings: New Music for Violin performed by Davis Brooks and released through Navona Records. Prominent performances of the work include the Electronic Music Midwest Festival, New York City Electronic Music Festival, and National Student Electronic Music Event. It was also broadcast on WPRB’s Classical Discoveries in the setlist “Music of the Americas - Part 1” on November 23, 2016.