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Michael Maiorana

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Michael Maiorana

Biography

Michael Maiorana (b. 1990, Detroit, Mich.) is an American composer.

After graduating from Grinnell College in Iowa, Mr. Maiorana studied composition, harmony, and counterpoint at the European American Musical Alliance in Paris. He was recently awarded a 2020 ACF Create grant from the American Composers Forum to write a multi-movement choral work setting a speech about social welfare by Harry Hopkins.

Maiorana finds inspiration in nature, science, and art. He has participated in local composition workshops including VocalEssence Remix, Magpies & Ravens Lineage and the Nautilus Composer-Librettist Studio, and has also attended the Lehigh University Choral Composition Forum and the University of Missouri Kansas City Composition Workshop. His music has been performed by such ensembles as Lumina, newEar, Zeitgeist, 10th Wave, the Princeton Singers and andPlay. He is a member of the American Composers Forum and ASCAP.


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