About the Educator
Nathan Hall has been hailed as a “seriously talented composer” by the Denver Post, using music as an artistic medium to explore a variety of fields including science, nature, the fine arts, history, and sexuality. There is an emotional resonance present in all of Nathan’s works, from his traditional classical pieces for chamber ensembles to experimental electronic pieces, sound sculptures, and multimedia projects. He is a former Fulbright Fellow to Iceland, a McKnight Visiting Composer (2021), and he holds his Doctorate in Musical Arts (DMA) from CU Boulder. His works have been performed and exhibited in 14 countries and 12 US States, and he was Denver Art Museum’s first Creative in Residence. He currently lives in Denver and teaches Composition at the University of Denver and Music Theory at RMCAD.
Connect with professional creatives, learn a new skill, and expand your own creative practice in 1-day, 4-week, and 6-week creative classes at the Denver Art Museum. These classes are taught by practicing artists and are taught in a studio art environment in the new Creative Hub located on level 1 of the newly reimagined Martin Building.