Adam Hill

Art Discipline: 
Brackendale, British Columbia
Dates of Residence: 
Jan 16, 2017 to Feb 10, 2017

Adam Hill is a composer and bassist who lives in a decommissioned ranger station on Harrison Lake, British Columbia. A recipient of awards and grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, FACTOR, SCI/ASCAP, the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, and Wildacres, he has had his music presented by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, musica intima, and the Elektra Women's Choir. Additionally, he has been commissioned by Erato Ensemble, the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble, the Whatcom Symphony Orchestra, and the Singers' Club of Cleveland. Adam is also a performer in several genres who has appeared at the Sisters Jazz Festival, the River City Bluegrass Festival, and Electronic Music Midwest, and with the Walla Walla Symphony and the Obsidian Opera Chamber Orchestra. He has released four albums of folk music and has appeared on recordings by several rock and roll, bluegrass, and jazz groups. Adam has taught at Western Washington University and Quest University.