From the Composer Podcast
Learn about the Excelcia Music Publishing composers, and their music. This podcast will present composers talking about their background and give insights into preparing and performing their music.
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Patti’s knowledge of festivals, concerts, and contest, makes her familiar with what “works” and will help ensure a choir’s success. She incorporates unusual harmonies and creative melodies in her writing and always has an accompaniment that is enjoyable to play.Learn more about his background and career in this informative podcast.
Patti Drennan’s Website:
Appealing, playable, tuneful with a dash of whimsy, Peter’s music is influenced by jazz, world, and popular music while still being heavily rooted in the concert band medium. Learn more about his background and career in this informative podcast.
Peter Sciaino’s Website:
Tyler is an emerging talent. His compositions are quickly drawing the attention of band and orchestra conductors around the world. His music is beautiful, fresh and dynamic. Learn more about his background and career in this informative podcast.
Tyler Arcari’s Website:
Bob is a former chief arranger-composer for The US Air Force Band in Washington DC, and a former high-school band director. His music is known for its tunefulness, ever-shifting colors and textures, rhythmic surprises, and emotional uplift. Learn more about his background and career in this informative podcast.
Robert Thurston’s Website:
Steven L. Rosenhaus is a composer, arranger, conductor, lyricist, educator and clinician, author, and “show doctor” for musicals headed to Broadway or off-Broadway. Dr. Rosenhaus, who teaches composition at New York University, currently has over 175 original works and arrangements in print. His pieces have been performed by the New York Philharmonic, the Kansas City Symphony, the U.S. Navy Band, the pianist Laura Leon, violinist Florian Mayer, and more. The New York Times declares his music “clever, deftly constructed and likable,” while the Sächsiche Zeitung (Dresden, Germany) calls it “expressive… It’s song-like melodic sequences and balladic aspects give it a lyrical beauty, within a newer soundworld.” Learn more about his background and career in this informative podcast.
Sean is a fresh voice and a rising name in the music world. His music is characterized by vibrant rhythms, passionate melodies, and colorful scoring. He is one of the most performed composers of educational music. Learn more about his background and career in this informative podcast.
Sean O’Loughlin’s Website: