Seare Farhat strives to compose music that connects the listener to the visceral imagination, energy, and transformation of narrative. He first began his musical endeavors in Afghan folk music performances with members of his family, only later building on these valued experiences through formal education in the western classical tradition. Often inspired by other art forms, Seare has enjoyed collaborating with filmmakers, visual and performance artists, and poets. He has had his work read in masterclasses with musicians from Soundscape, has received commissions from various ensembles, like the Hampton Roads Philharmonic, the Anachronism Trio, and the Oberlin Sinfonietta, served as the young composer-in-residence of the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings, and has had his work performed in the US, Mexico, Japan, and Italy. Seare has had the opportunity to participate and have works performed in festivals such as Yarn|Wire institute in 2016 and served as a composition fellow at the Cortona New Music Sessions in 2019. He has received honors such as being selected for FLUX Quartet's 2019 call for scores and being a finalist for Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra's 2019 call for scores. Seare holds a B.M. in Composition and B.A. in Mathematics from Oberlin College and Conservatory. Currently, he is in the first year of his masters at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where he holds the position of Assistant Director of the New Music Ensemble.