Zach Zubow is a Composer/Musician living in North Liberty, Iowa. Zach composes music in many genres that include popular music, large ensemble, solo, film, interactive electronics, and experimental music using motion sensors and iPhones. During the Spring of 2014, Zach created a manual for building hemisphere speakers that was used for the construction of the newly esablished LOUI (Laptop Orchestra of the University of Iowa). The manual is free for use and can be found here.
His compositions have been performed in a wide variety of venues and can be heard and downloaded by clicking the "Recordings" link to left. Zach received a performance at the International Computer Music Conference in Athens, Greece on September 17th and has many upcoming performances that can be found at the "Upcoming Events" tab.
Zach currently teaches music theory and composition at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA. He serves on the board of the Iowa Composers Forum and is also active as an engraver. Scores for his compositions can also be found under the "Works" link. If you are interested in performing any of Zach's works, please contact him for parts, computer applications, and questions. Zach is always excited to work with new musicians, so please contact him if you are interested in commissioning or collaborating on a new work or project!