Tyler Bloomfield (b. 2000) is an American composer and student.
Bloomfield is  a senior music education and composition major at Illinois State University where he studies with his teachers Dr. Roger Zare, Dr. Roy Magnuson, and Dr. Carl Schimmel. After graduating, he plans to apply for graduate programs and continue developing his writing style and technique.
Bloomfield who strives to turn aspects of his daily life into music. He began composing in 2019 and since has written works for solo instruments, chamber ensembles, and wind ensemble. His solo clarinet work, the dark paradise, was accepted for a part of the Big Black Blotch project by Dr. Sarah Manasreh. Bloomfield is the recipient of multiple scholarships such as the Professor Russell B. Bedford Scholarship, Harlan W. Peithman Memorial Scholarship, and recently the Woodwind Quintet Scholarship.
In the future, Bloomfield plans on using his platform and knowledge to help develop the next generation of composers and help newer students find their voice through writing music.
Works for Winds
- Tyler Bloomfield website Accessed 10 February 2022