Lawrence Moore specializes in the composition of electro-acoustic music, with an emphasis on the synthesis of unique electronic timbres and the manipulation of acoustic sound. Moore is an active participant in the South Florida electronic art community, having debuted works annually in the 12 Nights of Electronic Music and Art series, on two occasions for the Florida Electro-Acoustic Student Festival, and in the 2007 South Florida edition of the New West Electronic Art and Music festival. His music has been featured in the soundtrack of Cruel and Usual, produced by the independent filmmaker, Louis Lowry, and he is the composer/producer for Wayfarer, a collaborative musical entity that combines electro-acoustic music with new age, world, and jazz influences. Dreams Become Fibers, his latest piece, has been performed at Vanguard Miami 2012. Another recent piece, Angel Wing, has been performed at the 13th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology at Connecticut College in March 2012.
Prior to moving to Miami to focus on composition and production, Moore performed saxophone and guitar for the Central Pennsylvania-based group, Africarib, and performed saxophone for the funk band, Phat Albert. Much of his background involved jazz writing, arranging, and performing with both small combos and big bands.
Besides teaching electronic music courses for the University of Miami, Moore teaches sound recording, MIDI, music theory, music appreciation, and music business courses for Miami Dade College. He received his DMA in Composition and MM in Media Writing and Production from the University of Miami, an MM in Saxophone performance and an MM in Composition from Penn State University, and his BA in Music from Lebanon Valley College.