Composer Cody Wright's music has been performed at La Schola Cantorum in Paris, New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall in Boston, Suntory Hall in Japan and at Carnegie Hall in New York City, by distinguished performers such as the Flux Quartet, the Yesaroun' Duo, and pianists Maho Nabeshima, Sergey Schepkin and Izumi Tateno.
Mr. Wright graduated cum laude with a B.M. degree in Composition from New England Conservatory in Boston, and a M.M. degree in Composition from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. He completed a year of graduate studies in Composition New Media at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, California, and he is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda. His principal teachers have included Alan Fletcher, Leonardo Balada, Morton Subotnick and James Tenney for composition, and F. John Adams, Denis Colwell and Robert Page for conducting. He has also studied with Philip Lasser, Lee Hyla and Michael Gandolfi. Mr. Wright served on the composition faculty of the Walden School in Dublin, New Hampshire for five years, where he was awarded the 2003 Patricia Plude Faculty Fellowship for excellence in teaching.