Welcome to the Music Composition Area at CUA!
There are as many ways to make music as there are composers.
At CUA, we pride ourselves on helping you find your creative voice. You will experience your own music in performance, discover the dynamic modern world of the arts in Washington and beyond, challenge yourself to master the tools of your craft, and create your own artistic identity in the supportive atmosphere of our studio.
ANNOUNCEMENTS and NEWS
Anonymous 4 Mezzo, Jacqui Horner-Kwiatek, visits CUA!
Mon. February 24, 2014
Mezzo-soprano and member of Grammy Award Winning vocal ensemble Anonymous 4, Jacqui Horner-Kwiatek will give the premieres of three new compositions for solo voice by CUA student composers (Amanda Bono, DMA; Joe Taylor, BM; John Tafone, BM) in a performance-workshop-demonstration during our weekly installment of Studio X.
3:40 pm - 4:55 pm, Ward Hall, John Paul Rehearsal Hall, Rm 220
Admission is free, and open to the CUA community.
For more on Jacqui, visit: http://www.jacquelinehorner.com
Premiere by CUA DMA Student
Tues. February 4, 2014
CUA Composition Doctoral candidate Jeff Cortazzo will give the premiere of his new work Nightsounds, Op. 19, for five clarinets, performed by the U.S. Army Band. For details, visit: http://www.usarmyband.com/event-calendar.html
New Voices @ CUA
Fri. - Sat. January 24 - 25, 2014
CUA's student SCI chapter presents its fourth annual two-day festival of new vocal music by composers from CUA and around the country. The festival includes four recitals of new music and features CUA's contemporary music ensemble, CUA performance majors, and guest performers. For more information click here.
For past events, visit our Announcements and News Archives.
our programs at a glance
- BM in Composition
- MM in Composition, Stage Music
- MM in Composition, Concert Music
- DMA in Composition
- Undergraduate Minor in Composition
Head, Division of Theory-Composition
Ward Hall 28
Benjamin T. Rome School of Music
The Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave., NE
Washington, DC 20064
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