albert law, m.a.
adjunct faculty (drums, theory)
Albert Law is an American composer and drummer from Los Angeles, California. His music is inspired by a wide spectrum of artists. His influences include Brian Blade, Brad Mehldau, Darcy James Argue, Max Richter, Chen Yi, Camp Lo, The Roots, and Jurassic 5.
As a studio musician, Albert has performed on and with NBC’s The Voice, Kurt Hugo Schneider, John Zorn at The Stone, KROQ’s OC Music Awards, Ryan Higa & Wong Fu Production’s Agents of Secret Stuff, Michelle Phan’s Rouge in Love, and Ran Blake’s Gaslighting Film Series. As an active performer he has played at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Broad Stage, Segerstrom Concert Hall, Royce Hall, Catalina’s Bar & Grill, Orford Music Festival (QC, Canada), Jordan Hall (Boston, MA), The Lilypad (Cambridge, MA), and the Milbank Chapel (New York, NY).
His film scores for festival official selections THIS (2017), Green-Eyed Monster (2016), and DojoCub Music Productions (2015) have been screened at the LA Harbor International Film Festival and NewFilmmakers Los Angeles’ On Location: The Los Angeles Project.
Albert graduated from UCLA and Columbia University with additional study at The Juilliard School. His main teachers included Kenny Burrell, Clayton Cameron, Theresa Dimond, and Raynor Carroll. He is also currently a guest lecturer with the John Perry Academy at California State University, Northridge.