Adam Zahller (b. 1988) is an American composer, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and improviser.
As a composer, his concert works have received premieres from Loadbang, Duo Gelland, Mark Robson, and the Eclipse Quartet. He holds a B.M. in music composition from the Chapman Conservatory, where he studied under Jeffrey Holmes and Sean Heim, and an M.A. in music composition from the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities), where he studied under James Dillon.
As vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and improviser, he performs in various groups in the Twin Cities and beyond. Notable among these are Six Families, the 113 Collective, GUITARband, Realtree, and Debths. He also appears as a soloist.
He has also been involved with music and sound design in art museums and galleries. In September 2016 he collaborated with Jay Kreimer on sound design for "There's Always an Apex Predator" (Tugboat gallery, Lincoln, Nebraska). In a gig he's especially proud of, he played an "Event" with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis (Feb 2017). In the fall of 2017, he collaborated with Mohamud Moomin to make the sound design for "Sketches of Cedar Riverside" which was on view at the American Swedish Institute.