ECMC Composer-in-Residence Kyle Randall wins The American Prize in Choral Composition, Student Composer Division

Congratulations to ECMC Composer-in-Residence Kyle Randall for his designation as an awardee of The American Prize in Composition – Choral Division, Student Composer Division, for composition for the "Kyrie" of his recent New Gothic Mass. You can hear a recording of "Kyrie" by ECMC friends Choral Chameleon via the Soundcloud link to the left.

Founded in 2009, The American Prize is a series of annual, non-profit, national competitions designed to recognize and reward the very best in the performing arts in the United States—in schools and churches, and at community and professional levels. 

The American Prize in Composition—Choral Division is designed to evaluate and reward composers of choral works which have already been performed and recorded. The performance may be by a student, community or professional ensemble. The Student Composer Division Prize is awarded to composers actively engaged in learning the art and craft of composition in a school or other educational setting.

About the Recording

"Kyrie (dense)" for Mixed Choir
Performed by Choral Chameleon
Matthew Oltman, conductor
Vince Peterson, director
Kyle Randall, composer

Choral Chameleon Institute 2014 Closing Concert, June 20, 2014 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Brooklyn, NY

 

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