Drew Dolan’s activities as a composer have involved instrumental compositions, performance, improvisation, and interdisciplinary collaboration. As a composer, he has received performances in America and Europe from artists such as 15.19 Ensemble, the University of Akron Men’s Chorus, pianist Kristofer Rucinski, Kennesaw State Symphony Orchestra, Hodges-Taylor Ensemble, Chamber Cartel, Terminus Ensemble, the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra Chamber Ensemble, pianist Michiko Otaki, neoPhonia, the Bowling Green State University Early Music Ensemble, and the percussion ensembles at Kennesaw State University, Georgia State University, Columbus State University, Brevard College, and Eagle’s Landing High School. His music is frequently heard at conferences and new music festivals including the Applause Music Concert Series, TUTTI, highSCORE, UPBEAT, and the Charlotte New Music Festival. Dolan’s experiences as a percussionist have seen numerous performances in solo and chamber settings with a focus on new works by living and emerging composers, having given several world and local premieres. He also frequently performs in improvisatory settings using a diverse array of instruments and multimedia tools, which have included accordion, didgeridoo, laptop, and robots. Dolan recently completed doctoral studies in composition at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music; he also holds degrees from Bowling Green State University and Georgia State University. A committed teacher, Dolan has taught courses in Music Theory and World Music at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, and currently teaches a course on 20th Century Music and Politics for the University of Cincinnati.