Mosaic Fellow PC Muñoz is a recording artist, producer, and writer based in San Francisco. “Dark, sexual, sensual, confessional, and confrontational–all at the same time” (Performing Songwriter), Muñoz’s singular music-making aesthetic bridges the gap between pop songcraft, free jazz, musique concréte, and the insistent rhythms of funk and hip-hop. An artist with a “deep social conscience…who uses music to connect cultures and communities together” (Anil Prasad, Innerviews), his body of work includes Grammy-nominated contemporary classical music with composer/cellist Joan Jeanrenaud, as well as projects with rock legend Jackson Browne, Emmy-winning virtuoso Van-Anh Vo, Dr. Fink of Prince and the Revolution, poet/chanteuse Ingrid Chavez, and countless others.

PC was a 2015 Dresher Ensemble artist-in-residence in Oakland, a 2014 Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center grantee in San Francisco, a 2013 Loft Literary Center Equilibrium Fellow in Minneapolis, and a Board Governor for the San Francisco Chapter of the Recording Academy from 2015-2018.

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