Nathan Prillaman is a twenty-three year old composer and producer of classical, pop, and electronic music from Potomac, Maryland. Nathan is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Composition at Juilliard, studying with John Corigliano. He recently earned a Bachelor’s in Music with composition studies under Kathryn Alexander and Michael Klingbeil at Yale University. He has also studied at the Brevard Music Center with Kevin Puts and Robert Aldridge, and at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute with Martin Amlin.
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 classical, rock, pop and EDM. Current projects include a musical inspired by Ambrose Bierce’s The Devil’s Dictionary with book and lyrics by Ruthie Prillaman, and a collaboration with producer and video game composer Alex Vourtsanis.