Mark Growden is an internationally renowned multi-instrumentalist and artist based in San Francisco, CA.
As a composer, multi-instrumentalist and performer, Mark Growden has released several critically acclaimed albums. He has completed many successful US tours, performing at venues such as the Fillmore and Great American Music Hall in San Francisco and Tonic and The Knitting Factory in New York.
Mark has composed original musical scores for a number of Dance and Theater companies, including Joe Goode Performance Group, The Crucible's Fire Oddyssey, and Alonzo King's Lines Contemporary Ballet, with whom he and his collaborators won the Isadora Duncan Award for Best Original Score for a New Dance Piece. He has scored several films, including "Blood Tea and Red String," which won Best Animation at both the San Francisco Independent Film Festival and the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal.
Growden co-founded and co-produces the underground site-specific performance series COVERT along with famed artist and troublemaker John Law, of Cacophony Society and Suicide Club fame.