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David Evan Thomas, American Composer
The music of David Evan Thomas has been praised for its eloquence, power and craft. A two-time McKnight Foundation Fellow, he has also received awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the American Guild of Organists. Thomas has received commissions from the Minnesota Orchestra, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, The Schubert Club and the American Composers Forum. Thomas’s music is published by ECS, Augsburg Fortress and MorningStar, and has been performed by the Minnesota Orchestra, London’s Westminster Cathedral Choir and the trio of Gil Shaham, Truls Mørk and Yefim Bronfman. He has served as composer-in-residence with Westminster Presbyterian Church (Minneapolis), the Cathedral of Saint Paul, and from 1997-2005, The Schubert Club. Born in Rochester, New York in 1958, David Evan Thomas graduated with honors in trumpet from the “Prep” Department of the Eastman School of Music, and received degrees from Northwestern University, Eastman and the University of Minnesota. His teachers have included Dominick Argento, Samuel Adler and Alan Stout, with further study at the Aspen Festival and with David Diamond at the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Learn More
Elegy for a Singer
Elegy for a Singer
Marilyn Perkins Biery plays “Wondrous Love” by David Evan Thomas at Rockefeller Chapel, University of Chicago.
Composer David Evan Thomas talks about the creation of a new work for the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphony Orchestra, composed at Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts.
THE FIRST APOSTLE, Part 1. Music by David Evan Thomas. Natalie Arduino, mezzo-soprano; Dann Coakwell, tenor; David Grogan, bass; Keith Weber, conductor
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