M.F.A., California Institute of the Arts; D.M.A., Stanford University. Recipient of awards and prizes from the National Endowment for the Arts, ASCAP, Chamber Music America, Morse, Mellon, Ford, and Rockefeller Foundations and Bourges prizes. In addition to recent works for interactive electronics, he has written symphonic and chamber works (including four large orchestral works, a piano concerto, a viola concerto, three string quartets, and a piano quintet), choral and vocal music, and works for computer alone. Berger’s millennium sound installation, Echoes of Light and Time was heard by over 2 million visitors and received international praise. Research includes studies in music cognition, snal processing and statistical methods for automatic music recognition, classification and transcription, and sonification. Founding director of Yale University’s Center for Studies in Music Technology. Works can be heard on the Sony Classical, Harmonia Mundi, Centaur, Neuma, CRI, and IMA labels.