Nate Tucker, musician, from Atlanta, GA, then later, Fredericksburg, VA. Tucker has found a musical path in Boston, MA since 2008. Nate Tucker received music and art education from North Carolina School for the Arts and Boston Conservatory. He has performed in hundreds of shows from the pits of American Repertory Theater, as a drummer, or as a DJ, as well as scoring and directing dance performances at the Dance Complex, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Greenwood Cemetery, Panorama Music Festival, AS220, Portland Bach Experience, and many other events in New England and New York City. Tucker is active performing and supporting improvisation for the Masquerade Ball, Dreamscape, various shows at Dorchester Art Project, Olivier Besson’s Dance Jam, Earth Dance, and is a founding member of the improvisation collective DanceNite.       In 2019, Palaver Strings commissioned Tucker to compose, Three Crooked Arrows, premiering at The Museum of Science in Boston and a Massive Muse in NYC. This original composition by Nate Tucker for string orchestra and an improvised robotic clock, designed by Tucker and longtime collaborator Scott Barton. In 2020 Tucker released the album, Change Again, available on Bandcamp and all streaming platforms. This album came to fruition through a dance performance with choreographer, Kristina Bermudez. These songs feature collaborations with the dance, a string quartet, and with singer and mural artist, Solei.​ 
     Graphic Score’s; A Reader’s Guide, was also released in 2020. This short book full of art prints and text explains graphic score notation for musicians and anyone curious about alternative notation systems. Contact at RNBTucker [!at] or on social media @Nate_Tucker for more information on releases, performances, and other inquiries.