Master percussionist, composer and film maker, Stacey Fox breaks the boundaries between performing and visual arts. Combining traditional musical styles and instruments from around the world through contemporary technology, her compositional palette often includes an array of traditional world instruments, film, sculpture, painting, spoken word, and movement. Her solo CD Maria's Pond incorporates Tuvan and Inuit throat singing techniques with the sounds of nature, frame drums and Native American and Tibetan chanting. She recently collaborated with artists Maria Anthony, Megan Hurt, Barry Barnes, Clark Jamison and Rick Yamashiro to premier a new work to raise funds for solar cookers and books for villages in the Qinghai Province of China. Her world music sound score with film, Chuang Tzu's Pow wow Drum premiered at the Tang Museum using several of the same artists. She has collaborated with numerus choreographers and visual artists including Debra Fernandez, Ione Beauchamp, Sue Lauther, Jean Denny and Angela Ellsworth. Fox was commissioned through the American Composers Forum Continental Harmony Project in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, to compose a new work for the Omaha Indian Nation's Band in commemoration of the Omaha Nation's Pow wow Tradition and the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial. She was awarded an Artist Exploration Grant from Arts International with support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation to travel to Peru for study of indigenous Andean folk music and art. An international artist, she has performed and lectured in Japan, South America, North America and Europe. Fox is also a candidate for the Fulbright Senior Specialist Program in international teaching.