Zane Rodulfo is a drummer & composer living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, Rodulfo has been intrigued by the sound of music since an infant. He began studying and performing music at the early age of 4 and completed graduate study in Jazz Studies at New York University. He holds Bachelor of Music degrees in both Jazz Performance and Ethnomusicology from the Oberlin Conservatory Of Music. Zane has opened for iconic musicians such as Stevie Wonder and performs at various festivals and venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center and Blue Note. He has also worked as composer and music coordinator for films and documentaries. Zane has partnered with and been commissioned by organizations such as the Guggenheim Museum, The Harlem Arts Alliance, the Brooklyn Arts Council and Hi-ARTS. His composition, Around The Circle, commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum, was part of the Vasily Kandinsky exhibition from August 2021 through September 2022. He focuses on publicly-engaging work addressing decolonization, the intersection of traditional and contemporary music, and ideas of transcendence. He performs and composes with electro-acoustic instruments, videos, and found/re-purposed instruments.