George Cremaschi works with a variety of approaches and strategies in the areas overlapping music, sound art and
noise. In thirty years as a composer and performer he has a long and diverse history of working with musicians, filmmakers,
dancers and choreographers, visual artists, and writers. Some of his current projects include the groups KRK (w/Matthew Ostrowski), Lambs Gamble (w/Fritz Welch and Eric Boros) and Broken Ghost Consort (w/Matthew Goodheart and Georg Wissel).
He is also the founder (w/Petr Vrba) and director of Prague Improvisation Orchestra (PIO), a 15-member group working
with conducted and free improvisation and graphic scores.
As an improviser he has worked with many people including Liz Allbee, Marshall Allen, Greg Goodman, Mats Gustafsson, Joelle Leandre, Thomas Lehn, Paul Lovens, Louis Moholo, Butch Morris, Evan Parker, Rova Quartet, Cecil Taylor, John Tchicai.
As an interpreter, he has performed works by many composers including Adamčiak, Andriessen, Braxton, Cage, Cardew, Nicolas Collins, Feldman, Mingus, Oliveros, Penderecki, Tenney, Xenakis, etc and has appeared on over 40 recordings on Apestaartje,
Beak Doctor, Black Saint, Emanem, Evander, Evolving Ear, Leo, Music & Arts, Nine Winds, Rastascan and other labels.
Born in New York where he studied music and composition, he later lived for many years in California and currently lives
in Prague, Czech Republic where he teaches film sound at FAMU.