about

Adam Buffington is a composer and performer exploring the experiential effects of glacial physical movement and gesture in combination with quiet, delicate noise and prolonged silences.

His work as composer and performer has been presented at such venues as Hartford Art School, Real Art Ways (Hartford), Fuse Factory (Columbus), Ely Center of Contemporary Art (New Haven), 400 West Rich (Columbus), Mengi (Reykjavik), Reykjavik Art Museum, and ARTgallery GÁTT (Kópavogur).

He has recently studied at the Hartt School with Robert Carl and Ken Steen, and the Iceland Academy of the Arts with Atli Ingólfsson. He has collaborated with such composers and performers as Zach Rowden, Trevor Saint, Henry Birdsy, Matt Sargent, Robert Carl, and Vera Arnardottir.

He is currently pursuing a Ph.D in Historical Musicology at the Ohio State University.