Scott Petersen (aka s c a c i n t o | s k ɑ ʃ ɪ n t o ʊ | ) is a composer, performer, electronic musician and laptop improviser. His current research and work revolves around improvisational electronic music, analog electronic instrument design, experimental music programming, and multimedia installation. His output is diverse and includes works for large orchestra, small ensemble with and without electronics, works for large homogeneous instrumental groups, film/animation, sound installation, and laptop improvisation with custom designed hardware and software interfaces. Scott has performed and had his work performed and exhibited in the United States and Europe. He has received awards and scholarships from ASCAP, the Eastman School, the Peabody Conservatory, as well as private organizations. Scott is a founder/member of the collaborative New Haven Electronic Music Composers group (El MuCo), and founded and curates the FridayNightThing, an ongoing new music and arts gathering. He is currently the Assistant Director of the Yale Music Technology Labs and serves as the Music Technology Specialist for the Department of Music at Yale University.
You can find a curriculum vitae for Scott here.