Tania León

Tania León

Tania León (b. Havana, Cuba) is highly regarded as a composer, conductor, educator and advisor to arts organizations. In 2021, her orchestral work Stride, commissioned by the New York Philharmonic, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Music. Recent commissions include...
Francisco Coll

Francisco Coll

The Spanish composer-conductor Francisco Coll has received the advocacy of some of the world’s leading orchestras and ensembles, including the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, LA Philharmonic New Music Group, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Lucerne...
Jorge Grossmann

Jorge Grossmann

Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann (b. 1973) is a composer whose music reveals an innately lyrical vein within a texturally and formally complex modernist framework. His musical interests are multifaceted, and his pieces often reflect his passion for revisiting classical...
José Peña-Aguayo

José Peña-Aguayo

Composer, scholar, and project manager J.J. Peña Aguayo (San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1973) studied music composition at The Peabody Institute (B.M., 1996) and at The Juilliard School (M.M., 1998), and holds a Doctorate from the Universitat de València. His composition...
Voro García

Voro García

Voro García was born in Sueca (Spain). Studied trombone, piano, singing, chorus, orchestral conducting, musicology, and composition, at the Conservatory of Music of Valencia, with R. Ramos and M. Galduf, among others. He attended master classes of composition with...

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