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Jeff Morton is a composer, musician, performer, writer, and media artist. His music and art are playful, experimental explorations of sound, sound-making, communication, and compositional processes using found and musical objects and materials. In performance, composition, and installation, his work has been presented by ensembles and in galleries across Canada and internationally. Jeff completed a Masters Degree in Music Composition at the University of Victoria in 2008, where he studied with Christopher Butterfield.

Jeff has performed and presented live electroacoustic compositions, improvisations, and installations across Canada, in Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Saskatoon, Regina, and other locations.

Recently, Jeff was a featured solo artist at An Evening of New Age Intemperance, an electroacoustic concert in Saskatoon; he was guest artist on the track Heathers, released by electronic music artist VC Vibes on Vancouver-based net.label Panospria; one of his live performances was released on a limited run cassette tape compilation of creative music from Saskatchewan, produced by Weird Canada; and he co-produced two concerts of new electroacoustic work from local artists, in an Ottawa-based concert series entitled J'acousmatic.

Currently, Jeff Morton lives in Ottawa, where he is a Program Officer in the Music Section at the Canada Council for the Arts. Before this, Jeff was Managing Director of Holophon Audio Arts, a non-profit organization based in Regina, in which city he was also a recording engineer, media consultant, and installations technician for galleries, arts organizations, and artists.

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