Tyler Kemp (b.1989) is a composer and educator residing in Missouri. He is passionate about engaging audiences with contemporary concert music. His work has been performed across the United States, in Switzerland and in Ecuador. Recently, Tyler’s music was featured on West Virginia Public Broadcasting. Tyler has composed works for many talented musicians and chamber groups, including The Red Clay Saxophone Quartet, The Great Noise Ensemble, The Beo String Quartet, oboist Juan Pechuan Ramirez, pianist Steven Beck, clarinetist Carlos Cordeiro, bassoonist Scott Pool, and violinist Hanna Hurwitz.