Matt Robidoux is a San Francisco based composer and improviser interested in accessibility within contemporary music and the communicative capacities of musical improvisation.  In 2017 he established the Adaptive Instrument Ensemble (AIE), a community based practice focused on expanding the improvising community (across abilities, demographics, geographies).
 
He has worked with Eclipse Quartet, Henry Kaiser, Maggi Payne, William Winant, Jaap Blonk, David Behrman, Stuart Dempster, Laura Steenberge, Wendy Reid, Sunburned Hand of the Man, gabby fluke-mogul, Elizabeth Millar/Craig Pedersen (Sound of the Mountain), J Mascis, TONED, Wendy Eisenberg, and Alan Courtis. His scholarly work is scheduled to be published as a book chapter in "Improvising across Abilities: Pauline Oliveros and the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument" in 2021.
He holds a MA in music composition from Mills College, where he studied with Roscoe Mitchell, Zeena Parkins, Laetitia Sonami, John Bischoff, James Fei, David Bernstein, and Daniel Schmidt. 
current projects include:
monopiece
dirt and copper
isness
solo

Matt has performed throughout North America and Europe and has work available on Null Zone, Crash Symbols, Feeding Tube Records, Mystra, Exploding In Sound, Ydlmier, and Carpark.