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Liam Ramsey-White

Liam Ramsey-White (born 1 996) started composition studies at the age of 12 when asked by his orchestra teacher to write a piece of music in lieu of a music history paper. Throughout middle and high school, he has been mostly self-taught, composing pieces that his school orchestra would play on a yearly basis. Liam graduated from the Jacobs School of Music with a double degree in composition and music education where he studied composition with Don Freund, P. Q. Phan, Claude Baker, and Aaron Travers. Currently, he is the director of orchestras at Creekside Intermediate in League City, Texas.

 

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