Filipino-American composer Alan Racadag (b. 1989) writes music. He likes to approach overall musical structure as a vehicle for expression.
His works have been selected for performance for the 2014 Toledo String Quartet Reading Session, the 2014 Bowling Green State University Micro-Opera Productions, the 2014 Toledo Symphony Orchestra Reading Session, the 2014 Threshold Festival for Electronic Music, and N_SEME 2015. He's also written for Pittsburgh-based new music collective "Kamraton." He has studied with composers John Beall, David Taddie, Christopher Dietz, Mikel Kuehn, and Elainie Lillios, and has been featured in master classes with Steven Stucky, Christopher Theofanidis, Amanda Harberg, and Scott Wyatt. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition from West Virginia University and a Master of Music in Composition with Bowling Green State University, and currently resides in Wheeling, WV.
Currently, he is writing a piece for bandoneon & electronics for Pittsburgh-based performer Alejandro Pinzon. He is also wrapping up development on his debut video game called A Song Unheard.