Nathan Crowe is a composer, performer, and teacher of music based in San Francisco. He holds degrees in music composition from St. Olaf College and The San Francisco Conservatory of Music. As a multi-instrumentalist (French Horn, Electric Bass, Guitar and Piano), he has had the privilege of playing many different roles as both a soloist and in a variety of ensembles, ranging from formal orchestral concert hall settings to collaborative improvisation sessions, freelance gigs, and several bands throughout his career (genres include Classical, Indie, Jazz, Rock/Blues, and Metal). As a composer, his output reflects the performing environments he’s been in–many times synthesizing elements of the music he loves to listen to and play. Nathan currently sings as a volunteer with St. Dominic’s Schola Cantorum in Lower Pacific Heights, works as a music librarian at SFCM, and continues to write and record his own music.