Composers [noun]

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I am a director, producer, a writer, composer, choreographer.

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This effort doesn’t tarnish Beethoven’s legacy — in fact, it celebrates a composer who wanted to break all the rules in pursuit of a better world.

The Institute for Composer Diversity polled 120 orchestral seasons and found that fewer than 6 percent of performed works were by composers from “underrepresented racial cultural and ethnic heritages.”

In addition to increasing the representation of new composers, the Philharmonic is also commissioning new works that address classical music’s history directly.

It was the name given to her by family friend and fellow composer, Turiya Alice Coltrane.

Henry Rowley Bishop, a noted English music composer, died, aged 68.

Nicholas Piccini, an eminent musical composer, died at Naples.

Tausig had a great ambition to be a composer, and in his early youth he published a number of compositions.

Francis Joseph Haydn, the celebrated musical composer, died.