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Saturday, April 26 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Radiant Voices: Master Session with Morten Lauridsen

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The music of Morten Lauridsen occupies a permanent place in the standard vocal repertoire of the 21st century. His eight vocal cycles, instrumental works, art songs and series of motets are performed throughout the world and have been captured on over 200 recordings, including several that received Grammy nominations. Lauridsen, who earned a National Medal of Arts in 2007, will speak with composer and ASCAP Board member Alex Shapiro about his creative process, and provide a helpful roadmap for those on their own quest in the world of modern choral music.


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Alex Shapiro

Composer
Composer | | Alex Shapiro’s extensive and diverse catalog is published by her company, Activist Music. Shapiro’s works are heard daily in performances and broadcasts across the U.S. and internationally, and can be found on over twenty commercially released CDs from around the world. In addition to her acoustic and electroacoustic chamber music, Alex is widely known for her groundbreaking electroacoustic pieces for symphonic wind... Read More →

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Morten Lauridsen

Distinguished Professor of Composition - USC Thornton School of Music
Distinguished Professor of Composition - USC Thornton School of Music The music of Morten Lauridsen occupies a permanent place in the standard vocal repertoire of the Twenty-First Century.  His eight vocal cycles (Lux Aeterna, Les Chansons des Roses, Madrigali: Six ‘FireSongs’ on Italian Renaissance Poems, A Winter Come, Cuatro Canciones, A Backyard Universe, Nocturnes and Mid-Winter Songs on Poems by Robert Graves... Read More →


Saturday April 26, 2014 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Silver Lake 3rd Floor

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