Tuesday, June 4, 2013

FINALIST COMPOSERS: choral music, 2013

The American Prize is pleased to announce composer FINALISTS for 2013 in the choral music category.

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SPECIAL NOTE to SEMI-FINALISTS: Even if you were not advanced to the final round, the competition is not yet over. The judges reserve the right to award honorable mentions and citations to any candidate, at their discretion, and have honored semi-finalists in the past for further recognition. Additional information about honors and opportunities for semi-finalists will be included in the upcoming edition of "On TAP," our e-newsletter, which will be sent in June to the email addresses of all contestants we have on file.

FINALISTS: The American Prize in Composition—Choral, Professional Division
David Avshalomov   Santa Monica CA
   Songs of Innocence and of Experience
Greg  Bartholomew   Seattle WA
   selected choral works
Susan LaBarr   Cleveland TN
   selected choral works
Elise Letourneau   Orleans, ON Canada
   selected choral works
David Lipten   Tallahassee FL
   Time’s Dream
Daniel McCarthy   Akron OH
   Song of Summer
John Muehleisen   Mukilteo WA
   selected choral works
Richard Rice   Alexandria VA
   Mental Cases (Wilfred Owen)
Paul John Rudoi   Minneapolis MN
   selected choral works
Jake Runestad   Minneapolis MN
   selected choral works
Jonathan Santore   Plymouth NH
   selected choral works
Ted  Vives   Los Alamos NM
   The Soldier (1914); Premonition

FINALISTS: The American Prize in Composition—Choral, Student Division

Luke Flynn   Dubuque IA
    Beneath the Wave
Joseph Gregorio   West Chester PA
   Love, thricewise; The Maid of Culmore
Elizabeth Lim   New York NY
   Tempest; Sisyphean
Brian Mark   Holbrook NY
   Ecce nunc benedicite Dominum
Steven Serpa   Coventry RI
   Of Birds; Psalm 30
Liza Sobel   Cresskill NJ


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