Konrad Kaczmarek is a composer, musician, and programmer whose music incorporates live audio processing and improvisation, drawing freely on his diverse musical and technical background.

As a soloist, he has performed at the Sonorities Festival at Queens University in Belfast, The SoundBytes Festival in Halifax NS, Bargemusic, The Stone, Joyce SoHo, The Chelsea Art Museum, and at the Princeton Composers Ensemble. His compositions have been performed by an eclectic group of performers and ensembles including Janus, Psappha, Kate Campbell, PLOrk, and the NOW Ensemble. He has been awarded residencies at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, The Banff Centre in Canada, and STEIM in The Netherlands.

His freelance programming and performing have taken him to the Kunstnernes Hus in Olso, Norway (2009), The New Zealand International Arts Festival (2008), The 2008 Whitney Biennial Performance Series, the Next Wave festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (2006), “Works and Process” at the Guggenheim (2006), and The Strings of Autumn Festival at the Estate Theater in Prague (2006). More recently, he has been developing a real-time audio processing program called ‘Tide’ for musician and performance artist Laurie Anderson.

He received a B.A. in music from Yale, a MMus in electronic music composition from University of London, Goldsmiths, and is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in composition at Princeton. He has held teaching positions at Yale University, The New School University, and Harvestworks Studio in New York.