Troy Herion is a NYC-based composer writing music for film, theater, dance, and experimental arts. His orchestral and electronic music has been performed at Carnegie Hall, broadcast on MTV, and screened in major film festivals including Sundance, Toronto, Tribeca, and SXSW. He writes and scores his own "visual-music" films including Baroque Suite which was called "marvelous" by New Yorker music critic Alex Ross, and New York: A City Symphony which was performed with film and live orchestra. Concert works have been performed by The Pennsylvania Ballet, American Composers Orchestra, So Percussion, Nash Ensemble of London, JACK Quartet, The Crossing, Crash Ensemble, and Brentano Quartet. Herion also scores digital content for Google, The Whitney Museum, MoMA, The Getty, The Cisneros Coleccíon and others. If he ever completes his dissertation he will have a joint PhD from Princeton University in Music Composition and Interdisciplinary Humanities.