Kincaid Rabb is an award-winning composer, specializing in storytelling through music. Whether designing an original narrative to be communicated through music or adding a musical dimension to an existing narrative, Kincaid creates a score that immerses audiences into the world of the musical story. Kincaid produces works that trapeze artistic disciplines, writing everything from incidental music for theatre to full-scale dance suites. 

Kincaid’s collaborations have included Paradise Winds, The _____ Experiment, the Driftwood Quintet, the Red Rock Wind Quintet, Vientos Dulces, Megan Ihnen and Alan Theisen present, the Brelby Theatre Company, and the faculty and students at Arizona School for the Arts, Glendale Community College, the University of Arizona, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. His principal teachers have included Douglas Harbin, Robert Albury, Daniel Asia, Pamela Decker, Diego Vega, and Cynthia Wong.

Wherever there is a compelling story, Kincaid will create a vivid musical landscape to match it. A natural born researcher, Kincaid has an insatiable appetite for creating music that is authentic, fresh, interactive, accessible, fun, and inspiring. A resourceful creative problem-solver, Kincaid infuses each collaborative project with perspectives informed by expertise in music, sound design, and live performance.

Kincaid graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Music in Composition in 2017. Kincaid currently holds a graduate assistantship at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he is pursuing a Master of Music in Composition. Kincaid is affiliated with ASCAP and is a NextGen Member of the Themed Entertainment Association.

Kincaid's CV can be found here.