Adam Fong,
 Director of the EAP/SFBA. He was an original member of EAP/SFBA’s Steering Committee, and Business Development Chair in 2010-11. 
Adam has worked as a composer, performer, and producer of new music since completing his MFA at California Institute of the Arts (Music Composition). As Associate Director of Other Minds, Fong has since 2006 produced the annual Other Minds Festival, dubbed the “premier new music festival on the West Coast” (Los Angeles Times), and many special projects including the CD reissue of Conlon Nancarrow’s Studies for Player Piano, tribute concerts to Ruth Crawford Seeger and Henry Cowell, and the American Premiere of 18 Microtonal Ragas based on “Solo for Voice 58″ by John Cage. His own compositions have been performed internationally in Auckland, London, Berlin, Tübingen and Darmstadt, at many US universities, and throughout California, by performers including the two-piano team Dennis Russell Davies and Maki Namekawa. Adam also holds a master’s degree from Stanford University (English), and has served on a variety of panels and committees at both the local and national level. email Adam.