About Adam Eason
Adam Eason is a Portland area cellist, teacher, and composer. He received a BA in Music from Southern Methodist University back in 2008 and has been teaching music and gigging basically ever since. As a performer, he pursues music with a wide-ranging curiosity, playing with a punk rock band, a free-improv music and dance group, as well as musical theater projects both mainstream and experimental. As a composer, his compositions draw upon his experience learning classical European music at school, as well as music from his Scotch-Irish and Japanese heritage. Since moving to Portland, his compositions have been featured several times on concerts organized by the local Cascadia Composers group, and he has had two pieces performed by the Boise Wind Quintet. Current projects include compositions which draw on his experience learning the koto, as well as pedagogical compositions for beginning and intermediate string players of all ages.