From the Harvard Crimson:
Curran co-founded the avant-garde group Musica Elettronica Viva in Rome in 1966. He has created over 150 compositions and sound installations, and his pieces incorporate everything from synthesizers and taped natural sounds to rock and classical instrumentation. He was born in Providence, R.I., and attended Brown University, then studied under composer Elliott C. Carter, Jr. ’30 at the Yale School of Music. Curran now teaches privately in Rome and continues to conceive new pieces.
- ERIC GLICK RIEMAN – In My Mind, Her Image Was Reversed (touchingextremes.wordpress.com)