Matthew Durocher

Matthew Durocher is a graduate of Michigan Tech University.  He acquired his BA in English along with a minor in Music Composition and a certificate in Writing in Spring 2012.  He plans to attend graduate school for ethnography and folklore studies in the near future.

And here is his musician bio:

Musician/Composer Matthew Durocher has been involved with a distinct variety of music over the years, ranging from traditional ethnic music to electronic beats to full symphonic scores.  His style is one of passion and musicality.  One foot is firmly rooted in tradition while the other slides dangerously close to the clouds.

Bass in 'da U.P.


4 Responses to Matthew Durocher

  1. I have been reading out some of your stories and i can state pretty clever stuff. I will make sure to bookmark your site.

    • mjduroch says:

      Thanks for checking out the site. Enjoy!

      • Rie says:

        Hi my teacher, Matt. I hope you are enjoying Haiku poem. I saw your photo of frog, and they were quite different from the one I know in Japan. Your one looks much more fertile than those in Japan. Basho used a lot of frogs in his poems, but his frog would not be powerful or meaningful unless other frogs were unified with it.

      • Rie, thanks for dropping by! Actually, that frog picture was taken in Hita! I’ve been digging for Basho Haiku and I’ve found a few. I need to devote some time to reflect on them. Thanks again for telling me about him.

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