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Felicia Sandler

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Felicia Sandler

Biography

Felicia Sandler (b. 14 December 1961, Calif.) is an American composer and educator.

Dr. Sandler took a Bachelor of Music degree in music composition and theory at the University of the Pacific, 1984; a Master of Liturgical Music at The Catholic University of America, 1986; and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in music composition and theory, University of Michigan, 2001.

She has served on the music faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music since 2002. Recent research has been into the music of the Ghanaian composer Ephraim Amu.

As a composer, she has received many commissions, and her works have been performed by ensembles throughout America and Europe. She received various prizes and awards, such as the Meet The Composer award, from the Presser Foundation and the American Composers Orchestra.


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