bio-music, sound designs, film soundtracks, art songs, work with science and art, metaphysics of sound.
In addition to composing, I am an active participant in the San Diego musical community as well as on social media (Twitter: @aaronalter )
Composer of contemporary classical chamber music, producer of electronic music, drummer and percussionist, graduate student.
Professor of clarinet/saxophone at the University of Montevallo, Perform extensively in the Birmingham and surrounding areas as a clarinetist, saxophonist, woodwind doubler. Composer, member of the Birmingham Art Music Alliance, member of ASCAP.
I am a composer, teacher, and solo and collaborative pianist performing with of the Gwinnett Symphony Wind Orchestra, Redeemer Piano Ensemble of Atlanta, and the Asberry Helfen piano duo as well as an established adjudicator, clinician, speaker, and accompanist.
Composer, primarily of chamber music, often including voice. Recent works include "Island of Woods" for cello choir; "The Celtic Twilight" for soprano, flute, bassoon and vibraphone; "The Air of Other Planets" for piano solo; "Dover Beach" for soprano and large orchestra; and a cello sonata.
For complete catalog, with recordings that you may listen to, performance histories, future performance information and up-to-date news, please visit www.gregbartholomew.com.
Piano and chamber music composer. Publisher of own music through Truluck Music.com.
Currently Adjunct Professor of Music Appreciation at Broward College (Coconut Creek, FL) and member of my church choir. When not involved in these, I compose.
Music Composition/lectures in theory and composition at various universities, colleges, etc.
I compose both small and large scale works for vocal and instrumental groups....approximately 300 songs, 15 collections of piano works including 154 solo piano works in Spanish rhythms, works for flute, oboe, cello, clarinet, organ, full orchestra, 1 piano concerto & a full opera. Have composed for the commercial market and films.
I am a professional jazz musician. I have studied composition with Tomas Svoboda for several years. Mr. Svoboda has recommended me for membership in Cascadia.
Composer, trombonist, teacher, conductor. Art music, electroacoustic, and instrumental/digital media compositions. Please visit my website for additional information and sound clips.
Currently studying composition at PSU with piano as my main instrument. Chiefly my interest is in chamber groups. Not sure right now! I'd love to help out if I have the time.
1977-78 - Fulbright Fellowship (London)1978 - Ph.D. University of California Santa Barbara 1982 - "Elliott Carter's Duo for Violin and Piano." Perspectives of New Music 20 (1981-82):149-682000 - Southwest Chamber Music "Composer Portrait Series" CD. Cambria Master Records 8805 - 2016 "Elliott Carter's Visit to the University of California Santa Barbara". Elliott Carter Studies, http://studies.elliottcarter.org/volume01/index.html
Jay Derderian (b.1986) is composer, guitarist, writer, and Portland-native whose compositions explore the world through a rich, cerebral musical language. Jay is a composer of (mostly) chamber music that attempts to undermine the relationship between form and content to allow the two to interact and inform each other. Celestial Vistas (2007-10) is an intense deconstruction of the palindrome through non-linear mirror writing. Outside the Eyes (2012-13), commissioned by Portland’s Third Angle Ensemble and semi-finalist for the American Prize, removes the score entirely to give the performers the freedom to choose which version of the piece they want to play.
Pianist, guitarist, vocalist, composer, web site:
I am interested in musical theater, and liturgical compositions. I have composed, produced, and directed three musicals. I am currently working on my fourth and fifth musical. I have composed hundreds of compositions for piano as well.
Conductor and composer of chamber and orchestral music.
I am a senior composition major at Florida Southern College, I have taught music theory and composition at the school's band camp for middlehigh school students, and I play and teach french horn. possibly organizing a chapter at my school.
Melissa Dunphy composes in a wide range of styles and mediums, particularly in the realm of theatre. She has written incidental music for productions by Harrisburg Shakespeare Festival, Gamut Theatre and the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre. She conducted her large-scale choral work The Gonzales Cantata for the 2009 Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and received rave national press and reviews from the Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Harper's Magazine, and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, who featured the Cantata twice on The Rachel Maddow Show and called it “the coolest thing you will ever see on this show.” Her song for baritone “Black Thunder” was premiered in 2008 at the Kimmel Center by Network for New Music.Melissa received her Bachelor of Music (summa cum laude, Pi Kappa Lambda) from West Chester University, where she was a recipient of the Harry Wilkinson Music Theory Scholarship, the Charles S. and Margherita Gangemi Memorial Scholarship for excellence in music theory and composition, and the Janice Weir Etshied '50 Scholarship for academic excellence. She is currently undertaking doctoral studies in composition at the University of Pennsylvania on a Benjamin Franklin Fellowship, and she is the composer-in-residence of the Immaculata Symphony Orchestra.
Composition, primarily for piano solo, secondarily orchestral.
I have written numerous concert hall works for many different combinations of instruments and voices, with and without electroacoustic accompaniments and/or enhancements. I also create mixed-media works alone and with collaborators, using musique concrete and poetry, frequently my own, some of which has been published apart from its use in contemporary performance pieces and more traditional settings for singers. My work is infused with widely varied ethnic and ancient colors and motives, most notably those of the ancient, native cultures of North America. I am currently Resident Composer and Technical Director of Agnieszka Laska Dancers. Were NACUSA ever interested in producing compilation audio CDs of members' works,It could be done, on my label North Pacific Music, at deeply discounted fees, with most of the replication run going directly to the composers as promotional product. If interested, please examine the catalogue here http://www.NorthPacificMusic.com/ and feel free to contact me to discuss details.
Opera, collaborate/multimedia, choral, symphonic, dance, all kinds of projects that harness the power of music to stir the soul, foster community, and address urgent social problems. Concert organization for local chapter
Classical, composing for Orchestral and choral.Conductor of Lyric Symphony Orchestra.Professor of MusicPhD in Music Theory from USC 1995
Chair, Department of Music University of Montevallo Classical Guitar/Music Theory/Composition
I compose mostly chamber music. Further interests include strategies for improvisation . I am an Associate Professor at CSU Dominguez Hills in Carson, CA Willing to volunteer for a range of duties.
classical guitarist/classical mandolinist/composer
Classical music and movies
Composer, Conductor, Classical Piano & Violin performance I'm not sure. I'm nine years old.
Please contact me if you have any questions about my music.
--25 years as a professional composer, orchestrator and recording performer. --Former staff arranger and musician for the Walt Disney Company--Senior Composer/Sound Designer for International Game Technology--Senior Composer/Audio Director for King Show Games--NAMA and IMA nomination--Commercial library composer for clients including Toyota, Mercedes, Prudential, Disney/ABC
Composer and trombonist. Adjunct Professor at Southern Oregon University in Music Theory, Composition, and Low Brass. Interest in early music including sackbut, serpent, ophicleide, lute.
electronic and acoustic separate and together
An American woman composer: "Music for Concert and Broadcast" - theatrical e-sound/art, serious "non-pop" music genres (specializing in spiritual themes), and eclectic styles mostly for professional performance. A penchant for allegory and mystic romanticism - "Fine Art and Fine Entertainment." Owns and operates Buckthorn Studios and the 3 subdivisions: Buckthorn Music Press (ASCAP/MPA), Buckthorn Books, and Buckthorn Records. Lifetime Member of NACUSA National and Texas Chapter. Also a published poet, author, and amateur biblical site archaeologist.
My professional history has largely been that of a rock musician. More recently I've become an active music director and composer for live theater and events. I am currently developing an original musical and writing chamber music. Clerical, administrative, promotional. Wherever I can donate my time. Much of my work experience has been in event coordination, so I know my way around that.
I am a composer of contemporary chamber music, and radio announcer on WCNY-FM, Central New York's classical music station. I also perform with Samba Laranja, and the Central New York Flute Choir.
Piano, piano composition, and composition for other instruments. Currently composing for "Fear no Music".
Member of Anchorage Symphony Orchestra, Anchorage Opera Orchestra and play for other musical organizations in the Anchorage area. I enjoy all types of music, from classical to jazz to hip hop.
My interests lie in many areas of the professional musical spectrum, I have written popular-style songs for local performers as well as choral works for college acapella ensembles in addition to writing music for independent/amateur film.
Composer of chamber music for voice and instruments, including two one-act operas, one full-length opera and song cycles for choir and soloists. Theresa Koon Vocal Studio is in Portland, Oregon.
Interested in compositions using traditional instruments and instrumentation in non-traditional ways. Interested in editing newsletters and other publications.
An active composer of new vocal, electronic, chamber, orchestral, and wind ensemble music with rhythmic and lyrical vitality, and a passionate teacher with experience spanning composition, theory, musicianship, computer music, and musicology. TBD
An active composer of both vocal and instrumental works.
I am a composer, a concert pianist, and a conductor. My music explores different scales of time and innovative, powerful narratives through the use of contemporary instrumental and vocal techniques and practices. As a pianist, I perform both canonical classical music and new music as a soloist and as a collaborative pianist. I specialize in conducting contemporary music, though I have had experience as a choral conductor and have trained as an orchestra conductor.
Composing for piano and piano and voice. Listening to classical, contemporary classical, jazz and world music. Could help with computer work or calls at times. (Live 2 hours or more from regular chapter activities)
I am a composer in search of performance possibilities.
Composer and Performer in all styles and genres. Play Piano, Hammond Organ, Rhodes, Guitar and Electric Bass.
Composer, pianist, music director, assistant professor of theory/comp; creator of published piano reductions of works by composers John Adams (Nixon in China, Violin Concerto, Gnarly Buttons etc.) and Christopher Rouse (Trombone Concerto) for Boosey & Hawkes
Composer of classical music. Also cellist, kitharist and sometimes viola da gambist. Unsure.
Composer of classical, jazz, film and video game music. Recordings available on ERM Media, Navona Records, Ansonica Records and Phoenix Classics. I may be available to help where needed in the New York/New Jersey area.
I like to write contemporary music for a variety of media. I currently prefer instrumental music as I am an instrumentalist, I play French Horn and am currently working on my PhD Composition at Louisiana State University.
Musical Theatre. Original songs (music and lyrics).Musical soundtracks for theatre performances and tv.Classical symphonic music (such as Opera, Ballet). Clerical help
DMA Music Composition, University of North Texas; MA Composition, Tulane University; BA Theory and Composition, University of New Orleans; Past-President College Music Society Southern Chapter; Past-President Southeastern Composers League; Professor Emeritus, Mississippi University for Women
Composer of serious music (pardon the term), oboist, educator (Columbia College, Merit School of Music, Vermont MIDI)
I primarily compose chamber music and video art. I also improvise and work with live electronics. I am one of the artistic directors of Terminus Ensemble (Atlanta) and am the Production Manager of the Charlotte New Music Festival (North Carolina). I am happy to assist with production needs for regional conferences, adjudication, etc.
Philadelphia composer/pianist studied composition with Romeo Cascarino. He studied voice with Dolores Ferraro and piano with Morton Berger, Temple Painter, Tom Lawton and jazz improvisation with Al Stauffer. Mr.Nocella received his Master of Music degree at Temple University where he studied composition with Robert Morgan, Clifford Taylor, Maurice Wright and Mathew Greenbaum. He attended master classes and lectures with Ned Rorem, David DelTredici, Robert Moog, Charles Dodge and John Lewis of the Modern Jazz Quartet. His music has been performed by the Concerto Soloists (now The Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra), The National Association of Composers USA, Temple University Composer Series, The Penn Alliance for American Music, Composer Services Inc. and the Crissey Concerts for Philadelphia Composers at the Settlement School.
I am a full-time free-lance composer. I founded the Seventh Species composers concert series in San Francisco in 1990. Since that time I have organized over fifty concerts in the Bay Area and in different parts of Oregon I have been meeting with a group of composers in Portland, Oregon and there has been some discussion of forming a chapter. However, we would like to get more information on what would be required to do so.
I'm interested in composing, learning new instruments, and making instruments. I've been composing for 15 years, with emphasis in sacred music. I'm majoring in Theology and Counseling while still studying music as a hobby. Stage hand or other concert help.
Composer / Arranger (Classical / Latin Music)
I am an instrumental and vocal music education major at Northern State University, but I also am very interested in composing. I have composed for many groups at our school, including small group, solo performances, and a one-act musical. I'd love to read scores, participate in score exchange, or contribute articles or materials
Director of Music, St Paul's Episcopal Church, Delray Beach; Organist, Temple Sinai of Palm Beach County (URJ); Organ, Harpsichord, violin, viola d'amore recitalist; choral and instrumental conductor.
Eric Pham is a performing composer who received his Bachelor's Degree in Music Production from Cal Poly Pomona and his Master of Music in Composition from The Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at CSULB.
I am currently a doctoral composition student at USC.
As of May 20, 2017 my website has been "Parked" and is not accessible due to not having the funds to continue keeping it open.
Professional Jazz Pianist, Educator, Arranger, Composer, Orchestrator,BM in piano performance. I'm writing both jazz and modern classical pieces. organizing concerts, board meetings, some clerical
Published composer, working in commercial, pop, and sacred choral.
Visit my website BJR SPECTRAMUSIC.US.
The publisher contact is listed incorrectly on some of the catalog pages. If you wish to contact me just use the above email address.
Freelance composer whose music has been performed around the world. One of a very few composers who has music skills to compose in classical acoustic and electro-acoustic music, and those combined genres Adelberg Rudow's music often expresses emotion, life experiences, and hopes and dreams.
Composer Christina Rusnak seeks to integrate a sense of context into her music from a variety of sources including landscape, culture, history and art. Her goal is to compose music that is engaging as well as thought provoking.
I enjoy the integration of my two musical backgrounds:western classical and jazz/rock. My focus has been on theatrical,vocal and chamber music. Some of my heros are Beethoven and the Beatles. I value collaboration,cohesion and coincedences.
I am interested in composing music for multiple genres. Some of these include Christian Rock, Jazz, Film, Video Games, Symphonic Music, etc. As a composer, I do not want to limit myself to composing for only one genre. I feel that the more well rounded I am, the better off I will be in this field. I am currently majoring in Music Composition at Stephen F. Austin State University.
research on modern music; computer-applications in music; methodology of music research; Volunteer: organize events for Texas chapter
As a founding member of California Composer's Consortium (CCC) we premiere works from new and established composers throughout the United States and encourage collaboration and reciprocation from guest artists. We welcome your inquiries.
Yan Skladman was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in 1945. Soon after his birth his family moved to Lvov, Ukraine. There he was admitted to Kryshelnitskaja Musical Academy. In 1963, he successfully finished the academy with concentration in two instruments, piano and accordion. After the academy, Yan was admitted to the Lvov’s Conservatory where he studied until 1968. During his study at the conservatory he began composing. After graduating from the conservatory he worked for many years in Asia as a music professor. Many of his students became winners of major national competitions.In 1987, together with his wife, who is also a music professor, and daughter he immigrated to Chicago. For many years he has been performing in various cities like Las Vegas, Vienna (Austria), Rome (Italy) and many others. Yan has a perfect ear and compassion for writing and performing music. At present, Yan and his family reside in Chicago, USA. Competitions, concerts
I am actively composing music mainly for small ensembles. I am interested in promoting live performances, especially for small audiences in small, non-traditional venues.
Brandon Michael Stewart (1985) is a composer/vocalist based in the less-than-sunny Pacific Northwest. He started his career as a clarinetist, dabbled in most of the instruments that constitute the concert band (some more successful than others), while ultimately focusing on composition and voice in his early twenties.
Hainu Tan's musical style emanating from the interstices of eastern and western cultures that creates an irresistible and engrossing global conversation. Critically acclaimed for a “descriptive and highly innovative” musical voice by the Portland Press Herald, Tan’s musical canon includes the artful and imaginative melding of xylophone, vibraphone, marimba, and cymbals in her acclaimed “Hunting Fireflies”; flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano in the entrancing “Sound of Wind”; trumpet and trombone in the inspirational “Ballade pour L'Agneau”; orchestral work in the monumental and spectacular “Rhapsody in Red” from her extensive list of compositions, which may well soon be lauded as contemporary classics. Her works included herein merits not just listeners’ attention but their immersion into Tan’s unique musical milieu, for an experience praised by The American Prize as “virtuosic.” She studied under professor Samuel Adler of The Juilliard School of Music at the Freie Universität Berlin, earned a Master of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.
I currently teach composition at Southern Oregon University, and am active as a composer, private teacher, and pianist.
I favor new symphonic music that leans towards the accessible. My pieces have won the Pittsburgh Symphony's 2014 Audience of the Future Composition Competition, and also the 2016 Keuris Composers Competition (second place - youth symphony division). I'm a big champion of youth orchestras.
Retired High School Instrument Music teacher. Now composing and arranging. Play flute, oboe, sax. Webmaster, Southern Oregon Chapter.
Davide Verotta was born in a boring mid-sized Italian town close to Milano (Gallarate, one can Google-earth it), and moved to the much larger and very much more exciting San Francisco in his late twenties. He studied piano, and music, in Milano with Isabella Zielonka, Ernesto Esposito, and Giacinto Salvetti, and in San Francisco with Renee Witon, Peggy Salkind, Robert Helps, and Julian White. Composition is a more recent endeavor (with graduate studies at SFSU and UC Davis with Richard Festinger, Josh Levine, Kurt Rohde, and Laurie St. Martin), but it is little by little coming to dominate as his main musical interest. As a pianist he teaches, in his home and at the Community Music Center in San Francisco, and performs regularly in the Bay Area as a soloist, with multiple appearances at the Trinity Chamber, St. Timothy, Piedmont Piano, Chapel of the Chimes, and Lakeshore Presbyterian concert series. As a composer/pianist he studies the craft, performs his and others works (in particular, for the last three years, as a pianist with the San Francisco Composers' Chamber Orchestra), and writes for solo instruments, chamber, orchestra, and voice.
composition, chess, skiing, classic rock, vegetarianism, geology, the state of Oregon, family
Network Music, Telematic Music, Electroacoustic Music, Contemporary Works for Solo/Chamber/Large Ensemble
David Werfelmann is an award-winning American composer of instrumental, vocal, and electronic music whose works are widely performed and recorded by ensembles and soloists throughout the US, including, among many other professional and academic ensembles, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. His music is heard frequently at conferences and festivals, such as the NOW HEAR Festival, several North American Saxophone Alliance conferences, the Society of Electroacoustic Music in the United States convention, the CSU Fullerton New Music Festival, the Berkeley Arts Festival, and the Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium. Musicians including Kim Reese, Sara Kind, Andrew Harrison, Alex Sellers, Rafael Liebich, Slipstream, the HOCKET piano duo, and the Hear Now Ensemble have commissioned works by David and frequently perform his music on solo and chamber concerts. David is an assistant professor of music at Webster University and has received music degrees from USC (DMA), Indiana University (MM), and Lawrence University (BM) and is also an active percussionist and committed educator.
I am a contemporary composer wishing to join so that I am eligible for competitions.
Composer and pianist
My writing resembles that of the neoclassicists. I use fairly constant meters and literal repetition of significant patterns. VMTA awards - 1992, 1994, 2004; Delius awards - 1992, 1995; Modern Music Festival 2000 film scoring prize; ForeWord Magazine Bronze Medal 2003; iUniverse Editor's Choice and Reader's Choice awards; ASCAP Plus awards; grants from Meet the Composer and the American Music Center. Member, Hardwick Chamber Ensemble (www.music-usa.org/hardwick). There are MP3 and MIDI audio samples on my web site's "Audio Samples" page.
Composer of orchestral & chamber music
Composition in all types of forms and mediums including vocal, purely acoustic instrumental, and electronic music; performance of music (primarily piano). Interest in writing about the philosophy of art music and its relevance to the cultural changes of the 21st century. I would be interested to know about opportunities to volunteer and would gladly help when available.