"Unit: I" by David Voss
David Voss is a composer whose works are fueled by an intense curiosity in music’s vast timbral diversity and expressive potential. Most of his music is inspired by the artistic creations of other individuals as well as the musical traditions of other cultures, with significant influence from traditional Japanese music. His compositions have been performed all over the country and by a variety of ensembles, including the Lawrence Symphony Orchestra, the German vocal ensemble Singer Pur, the Atlantic Music Festival Contemporary Ensemble, and the All Star Double Reed Band. He has received multiple commissions from organizations, recently including the International Double Reed Society and St. Mark Lutheran Church.
He has attended a number of music festivals, including the Atlantic Music Festival, the nief-norf Summer Festival, and fresh inc, working with such composers as Anna Thorvaldsdottir, David Ludwig, Hannah Lash, Pierre Jalbert, Ken Ueno, Dan Visconti, and Stacy Garrop. He received his baccalaureate in music theory/composition from Lawrence University in 2016 and was awarded the Pi Kappa Lambda Award in Composition for Leaning Into the Evenings. He is currently attending Stony Brook University for his graduate studies in composition.
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