Adam Hill – composer
Adam Hill is a composer and bassist living in Brackendale, BC where he is a doctoral candidate in music composition at the University of British Columbia. He has been a recipient of awards and grants from SCI/ASCAP, the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, and the Wildacres Retreat, and he has been commissioned by the Whatcom Symphony Orchestra, the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble, the Central Oregon Symphony, and the Singers’ Club of Cleveland. He has also had works presented by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Erato Ensemble, Musica Intima, and the Elektra Women’s Choir, among others. Additionally, he has taught at Quest University and Western Washington University and studied at Western Washington University and Whitman College.
Be it the B-line or the highway, being stuck in traffic is a ubiquitous complication for folks all over the metro Vancouver area. Just recently, in March 2015, the Globe and Mail reported that Vancouver’s traffic congestion was the worst in the country and the 20th worst in the world. Of course, Willie Nelson once said: “Like a band of gypsies we go down the highway; we’re the best of friends, and we keep insisting that the world turn our way; and our way is on the road again.”