Sarah Weaver is a New York-based composer, conductor, and technologist working internationally as a specialist in telematic music for large contemporary ensembles and in localized works. Telematic music is live performance via the internet by musicians in different geographic locations. Recent projects include “Universal Synchrony Music 2013” New York — California — NASA, “Thresholding 2012: A Telematic Music Event, New York — Seoul”, “Inspiraling 2010-2011: Telematic Jazz Explorations” New York — California, and “ResoNations 2009-2013: International Telematic Music Concerts for Peace” at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and international sites. Weaver has taught at various universities including Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The New School, New York University, and is on the advisory council of the International Society for Improvised Music. She has certificates from Walter Thompson and Pauline Oliveros, music degrees from University of Michigan, New York University, and is currently pursuing her Ph D at Stony Brook University. Liminal Music Inc is a not-for-profit organization for Weaver’s work.