Bryce Craig (b. 1990) is a freelance composer and percussionist in the Greensboro, North Carolina area and also works as Music Editor/Audio Specialist for C. Alan Publications. His works have been performed nation-wide at events such as the National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy, the 2015 PARMA Music Festival, the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, and numerous Society of Composers, Inc. conferences. Bryce’s orchestral work Tracks was the winner of both the Duluth-Superior Symphony’s 2015 James and Paula Nelson Young Composer’s Competition and the Holland Symphony’s 2015 Young American Composer Competition. Bryce is also heavily involved in the world of dance music, working closely with several choreographers and studios across the country. In addition to his work as a composer Bryce is active as a percussionist and private percussion instructor, and primarily performs on the MalletKAT MIDI controller.
A three-movement ode to American radio, Wooden Triptych constantly "flips" through and combines a variety of musical genres in a way listeners are sure to enjoy! The work can be performed by a variety of instruments, offering groups several ways to perform it.
A heart-felt tribute to a dearly departed friend, Touch the Sky is a percussion octet which takes listeners on an emotional journey. Led by a featured violin, the work features memorable melodies and is appropriate for an upper-level high school or college ensemble.