Finding America’s Composers – NYTimes.com

Posted: March 31, 2014 in choir, classical music
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Finding America’s Composers – NYTimes.com.

Composing a string quartet, a musical, a symphony, or an opera at the level of a master composer is something that only a handful of people will be able to do — such is the way with all endeavors. But the more we all know about what composing music is, and who the living composers are around us, the more rich and exceptional we might all become.


Rob Deemer, a composer and conductor, is an assistant professor of music composition at SUNY Fredonia and the composer-in-residence with the Buffalo Chamber Players. He writes frequently about new music for Sequenza21 and NewMusicBox. His work can be found at his Web site www.robdeemer.com.

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