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Dan Coleman

Date de naissance 12.1.1972 à New York City, NY, Etats-Unis d Amérique

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Dan Coleman

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Dan Coleman (born January 12, 1972 in New York City) is a composer and music publisher.

He studied music at the University of Pennsylvania, the Juilliard School, and the Aspen Music Festival and School where his teachers included George Tsontakis, George Crumb, William Bolcom, Robert Beaser, Stephen Albert and Bruce Adolphe.[1] In 1994 he won the Young Concert Artists composition competition.[2]

His music has been commissioned and performed by leading ensembles, including the American Composers Orchestra, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Cypress String Quartet, Dallas Symphony, Fresno Philharmonic, Honolulu Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, Mesa Symphony, New York Chamber Symphony, Orpheus, San Jose Chamber Orchestra, San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival Orchestra, Seattle Chamber Music Society, St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra,[3] Utah Symphony, and the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, where he has held the post of composer-in-residence since 2002.[4]

In 2004 he and Bob Donnelly founded Modern Works Music Publishing, an independent music publishing administrator.

Selected works

  • The Voice of the Rain (1997)
  • Song at the End of Summer (1999)
  • Focoso (2002)
  • L'alma respira (2002)[5]
  • Wondrous Night (2003)
  • The Swing of Things (2003)
  • Winter Arias (2004)
  • Tableaux (after Beethoven) (2005)
  • Pavanes and Symmetries for flute and string orchestra (2000)
Chamber music
  • Dezembrum for viola and cello (1992)
  • Poem at Night for viola and piano (1992)
  • Sonata in Two Acts for violin and piano (1996)
  • Sonata notturna for violin and piano (1997)
  • String Quartet No.1 "Quartetto ricercare" (1999, revised 2003)
  • Summer for viola and piano (2003)
  • Burden of Dreams (1993)
  • Quasi fantasia (1998)
  • Night Singing (2005)

Awards and honors

Dan Coleman has been the recipient of several awards and honors:[6]

  • 2004 Copland House / Sylvia Goldstein Award[7]
  • 2003 Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra / Marilyn K. Glick Composer's Award[8]
  • 2001 NFMC Beyer Composition Award[9]
  • 2001 Symphony in C Composer's Competition[10]
  • 2001 Auros Group for New Music Composer Award
  • 2001 Meet The Composer Music Alive Grant[11]
  • 2000 Arizona Commission on the Arts Fellowship
  • 1999 Tisch School First Run Festival Best Original Score
  • 1998 Whitaker Commission from the American Composers Orchestra
  • 1997 Victor Herbert/ASCAP award for his Sonata in Two Acts
  • 1996 grant from Commissioning Music/USA (a partnership between the NEA, Meet The Composer and the Helen F. Whitaker Fund)
  • 1995 Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters[12]


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