Nathan Prillaman is a composer and producer of classical, pop, and electronic music from Potomac, Maryland. Nathan recently earned a master’s degree in composition at Juilliard, studying with John Corigliano. He also has a Bachelor’s in Music with composition studies under Kathryn Alexander and Michael Klingbeil at Yale University.
Nathan has worked with a variety of ensembles, including A Roomful of Teeth, Fifth House Ensemble, The Argento Ensemble, the Yale Concert Band, and Yale’s SIC InC, for which he served as music director and resident composer in the 2012-2013 season.
Nathan is active in multiple genres, particularly film, classical, EDM and musical theatre. Recent projects include a musical inspired by Ambrose Bierce’s The Devil’s Dictionary with book and lyrics by Ruthie Prillaman, and Home Scene, a collaboration with choreographer Mark Sampson.