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John Corigliano continues to add to one of the richest, most unusual, and most widely celebrated bodies of work any composer has created over the last forty years.
Recent scores include
One Sweet Morning
(2011) a four-movement song cycle premiered by the New York Philharmonic and Stephanie Blythe,
(2008), for percussion and string orchestra, commissioned for and introduced by Dame Evelyn Glennie;
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: The Red Violin
(2005), developed from the themes of the score to the film of the same name, which won Corigliano an Oscar in 1999;
Mr. Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan
(2000) for orchestra and amplified soprano, the recording of which won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Composition in 2008;
Symphony No. 3: Circus Maximus
(2004), scored simultaneously for wind orchestra and a multitude of wind ensembles; and
Symphony No. 2
(2001 Pulitzer Prize in Music.) Other important scores include
(1995: Grammy Award, Best Contemporary Composition);
Symphony No. 1
(1991: Grawemeyer Award); the opera
The Ghosts of Versailles
(Metropolitan Opera commission, 1991); and the
Corigliano’s music is performed widely on North American and international stages. In 2012 alone he traveled to Caracas, Shanghai, Tokyo, Krakow, Toronto and throughout the US for performances of his music. In 2013 he celebrated his 75th birthday with celebrations at Carnegie Hall, Chicago, St. Paul and Caracas.
Corigliano serves on the composition faculty at the Juilliard School of Music and holds the position of Distinguished Professor of Music at Lehman College, City University of New York, which has established a scholarship in his name. His music is published exclusively by G. Schirmer, Inc.