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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Dahn, Luke 

 
 

 

Biography

The compositions of Luke Dahn are heard throughout the United States and abroad, with performances by groups such as the Moscow Conservatory Studio for New Music, the League of Composers/ISCM, Composers, Inc., the SOLI Chamber Ensemble, the University of Iowa Center for New Music and by saxophonist Kenneth Tse. Venues have included Carnegie Hall, Rachmaninoff Hall (Moscow), the Estonia Academy of Music (Tallinn), the Taipei University of the Arts, the Frankfurter KuenstlerKlub, and the Miami ISCM Festival Series. Dahn’s compositions have garnered numerous awards including the 2014 J.D. Robb International Composition Prize (for Buffalo Dance) and the 2010 League of Composers/ISCM Competition Award (for Penumbrae). Dahn serves on faculty at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. He holds graduate degrees in composition from the University of Iowa and Western Michigan University, and his primary teachers have included David Gompper, C. Curtis–Smith and Ann K. Gebuhr. More information can be found at www.lukedahn.net.

 

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