Brian Sager composes new classical music with impressionistic, romantic, and baroque influences. Melodic, tonal themes embrace a strong, vibrant beat. Syncopated rhythms coalesce with tuneful melody and counterpoint harmony. Classical, baroque, romantic, and impressionistic styles coexist with modern musical structures in a dynamic interplay. Take a listen - We hope that you enjoy the music!
Brian Sager was born in Madison, Wisconsin, and began piano studies at the age of three.
In college, Brian studied musical composition, linguistics, biochemistry, and molecular neurobiology, ultimately earning a B.S. in molecular biology. He earned a Ph.D. in Biochemistry at Stanford University, where he studied composition and concurrently completed his first symphony. Upon graduation, Brian held a Whitney Fellowship at Harvard University, where he studied neurobiology and the biophysics of pattern formation while completing his second symphony.
Brian currently lives in the San Francisco bay area, where he continues to compose and produce new classical music.