EVAN RUNYON
acoustic and electric basses
brooklyn new york

Evan Runyon is a bassist and composer from Tucson, Arizona now living in Brooklyn, New York.

A regular guest of many groups in the USA and abroad, Evan has performed with Klangforum Wien, The Knights, International Contemporary Ensemble and Metropolis Ensemble, has worked directly with composers such as Julia Wolfe, Rebecca Saunders, Louis Andriessen and George Lewis, and collaborated with Wye Oak, Emily Wells, members of Eighth Blackbird and the Bang on a Can All-Stars.

Evan is founder-director of antiphonal rock band Real Loud and the trio Girls That Wear Ties, a member of L'Histoire ensemble Exceptet, a frequent sight in New York's recording studios, and an enthusiastic collaborator across manifold musical genres. His principal mentor was Robert Black, with whom he earned a postgraduate diploma.

evan at evanrunyon dot com / (520) 250-6191

schedule of events

4 April 2019, 1900 - Century of Progress/Sleep
Ho Tung Visualization Lab at Colgate University, Hamilton NEW YORK

5 April 2019, 1400 - Century of Progress/Sleep
Ho Tung Visualization Lab at Colgate University, Hamilton NEW YORK

5 April 2019, 1900 - Century of Progress/Sleep
Ho Tung Visualization Lab at Colgate University, Hamilton NEW YORK

6 April 2019, 1400 - Century of Progress/Sleep
Ho Tung Visualization Lab at Colgate University, Hamilton NEW YORK

6 April 2019, 1900 - Century of Progress/Sleep
Ho Tung Visualization Lab at Colgate University, Hamilton NEW YORK

5 May 2019, 1500 - Baroquelyn
Old First Reformed Church, Brooklyn NEW YORK 

8 May 2019, 2000 - Urban Playground Chamber Orchetra
Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York NEW YORK

22 June 2019, time TBA - Celebrate Brooklyn! presents Emily Wells with Metropolis Ensemble
Prospect Park Bandshell, Brooklyn NEW YORK 

7 July 2019, 1600 - Heartbeat Opera presents Don Giovanni
Lincoln Performance Hall at Portland State University, Portland OREGON

9 July 2019, 2000 - Heartbeat Opera presents Don Giovanni
Lincoln Performance Hall at Portland State University, Portland OREGON

© 2018 evan runyon