New York City-based composer Adam Reifsteck (b. 1983) has written, recorded, and performed music in a variety of styles and genres for audiences across the U.S. as well as in Europe. Recipient of grants from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, and the Kalamazoo (MI) Community Foundation, his compositions have been performed by the Attacca Quartet, Cadillac Moon Ensemble, Duquesne University Chamber Singers, Flutronix, Gaudete Brass Quintet, Mana Saxophone Quartet, Western Michigan University Chorale, countertenor Tyler Wayne Smith, and other ensembles. He is also member of Blind Ear Music—a collective of composers and musicians performing improvised, real-time compositions, using a network of Wi-Fi connected laptop computers. An expert on interactive music systems, Mr. Reifsteck was a featured artist at the 2012 World Technology Summit in New York.