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Examples of "beaser"
Robert Beaser (born May 29, 1954, Boston, Massachusetts) is an American composer.
In 1991, Beaser School became the headquarters of Cooperative Educational Service Agency #12.
Wildhagen also designed three other schools in Ashland, also NRHP-listed: Ashland Middle School (1904), Beaser School (1899), and Wilmarth School (1895).
Ian "Beaser" Aitken (born 16 May 1967) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Carlton and St Kilda in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Wildhagen also designed three other schools in Ashland, also NRHP-listed: Ashland Middle School (1904), Beaser School (1899), and Ellis School (1900).
Repertoire for piccolo and piano, many of which are sonatas have been composed by Robert Baksa, Robert Beaser, Howard J. Buss, Eugene Damare, Pierre Max Dubois, Raymond Guiot, Lowell Liebermann, Peter Schickele, Michael Daugherty, and Gary Schocker.
Beaser School is a former school in Ashland, Wisconsin, United States. Built in 1899, it is a brick and brownstone building designed by architect Henry Wildhagen. It has a brownstone arch over a recessed entryway. It was expanded in 1955.
Beaser has received numerous awards and commissions from orchestras such as the New York Philharmonic the Baltimore Symphony and the Chicago Symphony. He was appointed Professor and Chairman of the Composition Department at the Juilliard School in New York in 1993. In 1999, Beaser was co-commissioned by Glimmerglass Opera, the New York City Opera and WNET-TV to compose "The Food of Love", with Terrence McNally as Librettist, which was performed at both venues, aired on PBS, and was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2000.
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. In 1994 he won the Young Concert Artists composition competition.
Some examples: Riccardo Muti, Ennio Morricone, Michelangelo Zurletti, Riccardo Chailly, Semyon Bychkov, Eliot Fisk, Federico Mondelci, Robert Beaser, Tania Leon, Michel Portal, Jacob Ter Veldhuis, Jesus Villa Rojo, Aurelio Samorì, Marco Tutino, Klaus Ager, Detlev Glanert, Domenico Nordio, Jesus Rueda, Gianvincenzo Cresta, etc.
With the publication of Dr. Fredric Wertham's "Seduction of the Innocent", comic books like those that Gaines published attracted the attention of the U.S. Congress. In 1954, Gaines testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency. In the following exchanges, he is addressed first by Chief Counsel Herbert Beaser, and then by senator Estes Kefauver:
Prestini graduated from the Juilliard School, where she "had already developed a reputation as a formidable impresario even before she graduated". She studied there under Samuel Adler, Robert Beaser, and Sir Peter Maxwell Davies. She was also a PD Soros Fellow.
John Corigliano described "Symphony No. 1 (Awakening)" as 'gorgeously written – she knows how to take a few notes and spin them into a large form – a rare trait in today's composers. Robert Beaser described her work as of 'elegance and elemental clarity', the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review characterizing it as 'scrupulously crafted composition that embraces both Chinese and Western modern classical expression.'
every year. Each composer’s three- to seven-day residency includes lectures, performances of the composer’s works, and opportunities for interaction with students. Previous BMI composersin-residence include Robert Beaser, George Crumb, Michael Daugherty, Mario Davidovsky, Richard Danielpour, Lukas Foss, John Harbison, Karel Husa, Steven Mackey, Donald Martino, Cindy McTee, Bernard Rands, Christopher Rouse, Joseph Schwantner, Michael Torke, and Joan Tower.
The former school building was built in 1904 and was noted for its architecture, which contained Late Victorian, nineteenth-century revival and twentieth-century revival styles. The building was designed by Henry Wildhagen, who also designed three other schools in Ashland, all surviving, which also are NRHP-listed: Beaser School (1899), Ellis School (1900), and Wilmarth School (1895).
Vivian Fung is a Canadian born composer. Born in Edmonton, Canada, she began composition studies with Violet Archer and later studied with Narcis Bonet in Paris, France. She received her doctorate from The Juilliard School in New York in 2002, where her mentors included David Diamond and Robert Beaser.
The ACO is solely dedicated to the creation, performance, preservation, and promulgation of music by American composers, the only such orchestra in the world. To date, ACO has performed music by over 500 American composers, including over 100 world premieres and new commissions. In the 1990s, the ACO added new initiatives such as the Underwood New Music Readings, for young composers to hear their works rehearsed and recorded, and the 'Sonidos de las Américas' festival, focused on Latin-American music. Robert Beaser was the ACO's composer-in-residence from 1988 to 1993, then had the title of artistic adviser through January 2001, at which time he took the title of artistic director. Beaser now has the title of artistic director laureate of the ACO. Derek Bermel was the ACO's composer-in-residence from 2006 to 2009, and is now the ACO's artistic director.
A graduate of Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Schoenberg earned his Masters and Doctor of Musical Arts from The Juilliard School, where he studied composition with John Corigliano and Robert Beaser and wrote his thesis about noted film composer Thomas Newman. While at Juilliard, Schoenberg was awarded the Palmer-Dixon Prize (for "Most Outstanding Composition"). A resident of Los Angeles, Schoenberg is Assistant Professor of Composition at Occidental College. He is married to playwright and screenwriter Janine Salinas Schoenberg.
Known as "Teddy Niedermaier", Edward Niedermaier was born in November 1983 in Annapolis, MD, and grew up in Minneapolis, MN. He earned his BM and MM in composition from The Juilliard School, where he studied under tutelage of John Corigliano, Samuel Adler, and Robert Beaser. In 2010, he received a Doctor of Music degree in composition from Indiana University as a student of Claude Baker and David Dzubay.
A mid-week series featuring an innovative mix of contemporary and traditional music in an informal atmosphere that attracts a younger, more diverse audience. The Upbeat! series includes many of the same performers as the Festival Fridays series. It also presents works by the Festival's resident and guest composers, such as Samuel Adler, Robert Beaser, William Bolcom, George Crumb, Richard Danielpour, Robert X. Rodriguez, Huang Ruo, Elliott Schwartz, and Bright Sheng.