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2015-2016 Rome Prize Recipients Announced

Composers Nina C. Young and Christopher Cerrone

Composers Christopher Cerrone and Nina C. Young—along with 29 other artists and scholars—will be provided with a fellowship that includes a stipend, a study or studio, and room and board for a period of six months to two years in Rome.

ASCAP Announces 2015 Morton Gould Young Composer Award Winners

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Selected from an application pool of more than 600 submissions, 28 young composers (plus an additional seven accorded honorable mention) will be recognized at the annual ASCAP Concert Music Awards at Merkin Concert Hall in New York on May 21, 2015. The award-winning composers share prizes of over $45,000.

Remembering Tod Dockstader (1932-2015)

Tod Dockstader manipulating magnetic tape at a reel-to-reel console in a studio

Tod Dockstader’s electronic music composition, for most of his life, was always an avocation, something he did part-time, outside of his day job, earning him little income. Being an outsider without academic credentials, Tod was denied grants and access to the major electronic music centers. Yet fans of his music included Federico Fellini, and Pete Townshend.

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