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Marilyn Shrude

Marilyn Shrude (born 1946 Chicago, Illinois) is an American composer of contemporary classical music and pianist,[1] and Distinguished Artist Professor of composition at Bowling Green State University, since 1977.[2]

Life

She graduated from Alverno College and Northwestern University. Her composition instructors include Alan Stout and M. William Karlins.[3]

She is the founder and former director of the Mid-American Center for Contemporary Music and co-directs the Annual New Music & Art Festival. She served as visiting professor of music at Indiana University (Bloomington) in the fall of 1998, Heidelberg College (spring 2001), and Oberlin College (spring 2004), and has also taught at the Interlochen Arts Camp (1990–1997).

Her scores are published by American Composers Alliance,[4] Éditions Henry Lemoine (Paris), Neue Musik Verlag Berlin, Southern Music, and Thomas House. Her music has been recorded by the New World, Albany, EROL, Liscio, FoxGlove, MMC, Capstone, Orion, Centaur, Neuma, Access, and Ohio Brassworks labels.

Her husband is the classical saxophonist John Sampen, who has performed many of her works.

Awards

She is the winner of a Kennedy Center Friedheim Award (third place, 1984). She won a 1998 Cleveland Arts Prize for Music.[5] She is a 2011 Guggenheim Fellow.[6]

References

External links

  • Marilyn Shrude official site
  • MARILYN SHRUDE: "A Virtual Reality" for Orchestra (2003)
  • http://acafestival.blogspot.com/2008/03/marilyn-shrude.html


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