The Composer Speaks
26 October 2018, 15:00 - 15:30
The Queen's College, Oxford
Ross Griffey, interviewed by Martyn Harry, discusses his work to date, past research – including looking at the meeting of music and government policy in the United States – and his plans for the Albi Rosenthal Fellowship at the Bodleian Library.
ComposerAmerican composer Ross S. Griffey is the recipient of several national and regional awards, including an ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award, first prize in the Voices of Change/ Dallas Symphony Orchestra Texas Young Composers Project, and first prize in the New York Composers Circle Competition. Recent and notable performances of his work include the premiere of Night Music by the New Juilliard Ensemble, the premiere of Brooke on Love at last year’s Oxford Lieder Festival, and a performance of A Catalogue of Agonies as part of an ... Read Full Biography
SpeakerProfessor Martyn Harry is a contemporary classical composer. He is Professor of Composition at the Music Faculty here in Oxford, as well as Annie Barnes Fellow in Music at St Anne’s College Oxford and the John Bennett Lecturer in Music at St Hilda’s College, where he is the co-founder of the [email protected] Centre for Experimental Music. Martyn Harry's most frequently-performed works include his early Heimat for double mixed chorus which was premiered by the BBC Singers under Stephen Jackson and later broadcast on BBC Radio 3´s... Read Full Biography
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