Avant-garde composer John Morton was created in 1954 and was raised in LA. He was the child of Arthur Morton, who mainly published orchestrations for film and tv music, but also worked well like a composer, for example composing the theme and music for The Waltons, so that as a kid Morton noticed him working from home. He performed piano and trumpet, but didn’t obtain seriously interested in music until he slipped out of university and began monitoring with David Scheinfeld in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. Returning to college, he went to the California Institute from the Arts in Valencia and examined with Morton Subotnick. After completing, he transferred to NEW YORK in 1978. There, while employed in a bookshop, he appeared for possibilities for his compositions to become heard, and discovered them originally in loft concerts with close friends. He experienced an innovative discovery when his wife, sculptor Jacqueline Shatz, persuaded him to greatly help her build a music container sculpture. He started disassembling music containers and rebuilding them in various configurations, after that creating compositions to become performed with them. He began to gain better identification and was commissioned to make a work with the Greenwall Base that became “A Delicate Street,” a cooperation with choreographer/dancer David Appel, that was provided its premiere at your kitchen, a functionality space in NY, in Sept 2000. In the summertime of 2001, Morton was artist-in-residence in the Arts/Sector Program on the Kohler Stock in Sheboygan, WI. On July 1, 2001, Innova Information released his initial album, Outlier: SONGS for Music Containers, including “A Delicate Street” among additional compositions. Solo Tourist: Music for Music Containers, followed in Apr 2007.