B.A., St. Mary’s College of Maryland; M.M. Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford; Ph.D., SUNY Buffalo. Previous teaching positions at the University of Hartford (2014–15) and SUNY Buffalo (2011–14), where he also served as technical director at the SUNY Center for 21st Century Music.
Sargent’s work has been presented in concerts and installations at the 2016 Frequency Festival at Constellation (Chicago), 2016 New York City Electronic Music Festival, Darmstadt Ferienkurse für Neue Musik (Germany), River Concert Series of the Chesapeake Orchestra (Washington, D.C.), SEM Ensemble’s “Emerging Composers” series (Brooklyn), SEAMUS National Conference at Lawrence University, June in Buffalo Festival, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Yale University Haskins Laboratories, the Machine Project (Los Angeles), and the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, among others.
He is a 2016 composer-in-residence with Ensemble Mise-En (Brooklyn) and the I-Park Foundation. His work was recently anthologized in Experimental Music Since 1970 (Bloomsbury, 2016).
At Bard since 2014.