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Jeremy Gill

Helian (NYC Premiere)

Capriccio (sample) by jeremytgill

Capriccio (sample) by jeremytgill

Jeremy Gill

Jeremy Gillʼs music has been lauded as “vividly colored” (The New York Times), “exhilarating” (The Philadelphia Inquirer), “intriguing” (The Washington Post), and “work of considerable intensity” (American Record Guide). His recent works include an oboe concerto for Dallas Symphony principal oboe Erin Hannigan (commissioned by the donors of the Dallas Symphony), a clarinet concerto for Christopher Grymes and the Harrisburg Symphony (commissioned by the Lois Lehrman Grass Foundation), a piano concerto/choral work for Rubinstein Prize-winning pianist Ching-Yun Hu and the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia (commissioned by the Mendelssohn Club), and Capriccio, an hourlong string quartet for the Grammy-winning Parker Quartet (commissioned by Chamber Music America and released in 2015 by innova Recordings). During the 2013–14 season he was a Fellow of the American Opera Projectsʼ Composers & the Voice program and a Fellow at the MacDowell Colony, and was recently selected to join the American Composers Forumʼs Artistic Delegation to the 2015 Havana Contemporary Music Festival in Havana, Cuba. His music has been featured in Chamber Music Magazine and The Strad, as well as on Minnesota Public Radio and WGBH Boston.

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