Composer, saxophonist, and teacher, Frank Mauceri lives and works in southern Maine. His compositions include chamber music, electro-acoustic music, multi-media works, and jazz arrangements. He has a series of works for solo performer with live, computer processing. He has performed multi-media works in Germany and the U.S., collaborating with video artist Maciej Walczak. He is also active as an artist producing computer generated prints and video.
Mauceri studied music composition at Oberlin College (B.M) and at the University of Illinois (M.M., D.M.A.), working with William Brooks and Herbert Brün. His research has focused on the social effects of music technology and on computer assisted composition. Currently, he is developing interactive computer systems for use by improvising musicians, and applications for computer generated graphics. He teaches at Bowdoin College.