Taylor Long is a New York-based percussionist, sound artist, and educator interested in experimental, technological, theatrical, and post-instrumental mediums. He has appeared at the Darmstädter Ferienkurse (Germany), New Music for Strings Festival (Denmark), Oh My Ears New Music Festival (Phoenix), and at venues including Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (Troy), Pioneerworks (Brooklyn), Roulette Intermedium (Brooklyn), Rhizome (Washington DC), Harvestworks (Manhattan), and Carnegie Hall.

Taylor is a member of Ensemble Decipher, a NY-based technologically oriented composer/performer collective, with performances at New Music Gathering, Interpretations Series, Earth Day Art Model, EarFest, NowNet Arts Conference, Network Festival, and Emruz Festival, and residencies at universities including Michigan State University, Peabody Institute, and SUNY Potsdam. He also performs/creates with Rob Cosgrove as low-pass, with performances at Buffalo State College, Muhlenberg College, Union College, and SUNY Purchase, as well as sound installations Broadcast Presence (Practice Gallery; Philadelphia), Floaters (Squeaky Wheel; Buffalo) and Stations (Bard Center for Experimental Humanities; Annandale-on-Hudson). 

Taylor is a percussion teaching fellow at Bard College Conservatory and candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts at Stony Brook University.