PC Muñoz is a recording artist, producer, percussionist, and writer based in San Francisco. His genre-defying projects are stylistically broad and deep, revealing an artistic explorer equally at home with contemporary classical, funk, hip-hop, spoken-word, public art installations, and modern dance/multimedia productions.
Muñoz’s partnership with composer/cellist/longtime Kronos Quartet member Joan Jeanrenaud has yielded two highly acclaimed projects: the Grammy-nominated album Strange Toys and the iTunes-charting album Pop-Pop. A frequent and enthusiastic collaborator, PC has created with rock legend Jackson Browne, dream-pop poet/chanteuse Ingrid Chavez, Kulintang master Danny Kalanduyan, Oakland hip-hop artist Kev Choice, vocalist Jennifer Kreisberg of the legendary Native American group Ulali, Emmy-winning composer/virtuoso Van-Anh Vanessa Vo, and countless other musicians, visual artists, choreographers, and dancers. PC is a 2015 Dresher Ensemble Artist-in-Residence, a 2014 Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center grantee, and a 2013 Loft Literary Center Equilibrium Immersion Fellow. His work has been praised by NPR, Performing Songwriter, DownBeat, URB, and many others.
Learn more at www.pcmunoz.com.