Kevin Krumenauer (b. 11 February 1977, Marietta, Ga.) is an American composer and educator.
Kevin Krumenauer’s music studies began in his hometown of Atlanta where he attended Georgia State University, studying composition with Susan Tepping and trombone with Richard Brady. Mr. Krumenauer moved to Cleveland in 2000, studying composition with Margaret Brouwer at the Cleveland Institute of Music. In the summer of 2002 he was invited to study composition at La Schola Cantorum in Paris, France, where he studied with Michel Merlet of the Paris Conservatory. In addition he was mentored by David Maslanka, who in turn has become a significant influence on his development as a composer.
As a composer, Mr. Krumenauer has written actively for wind band, orchestra, and various solo and chamber ensembles. His music has been performed by chamber groups, symphonies and wind ensembles across the country. His works have been performed both regionally, nationally, and internationally. Mr. Krumenauer is recorded on Albany Records and his music is available at www.kevinkrumenauer.com.
Mr. Krumenauer serves on the staff of the Cleveland Institute of Music and is a lecturer at Case Western Reserve University. In addition he sits on the Alumni Board of the Cleveland Institute of Music as well as the board of the Cleveland Arts Project. He is a member of ASCAP and Phi Mu, Music Honors Fraternity.
Works for Winds
- Blue on Red (2004)
- The Heart of God (2007)
- The Mountain, the River and the Sea (2020)
- Shadowlight (2018)
- Symphony for Winds and Percussion (2010)
- This Is My Body (2014)
- This Is Our Joyful Hour (2016)
- Kevin Krumenauer, personal correspondence, May 2018
- Kevin Krumenauer website Accessed 5 May 2018