Thomas Duffy (born 17 June 1955) is an American conductor and composer. Since 1982 Duffy has been an Adjunct Professor of Music at the Yale School of Music and the Director of Bands at Yale University. He has served as director of the Yale Concert Band, the Yale Jazz Ensemble, and the Yale Precision Marching Band. He received his Bachelor of Science in Music Education (magna cum laude) and Master of Musical Arts in Composition from the University of Connecticut, and his Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition from Cornell University, where he studied with composers Karel Husa and Steven Stucky.
Works for Winds
- A+: A Precise Prelude and an Excellent March
- Butterflies and Bees!
- Ceremonial March, A
- Corpus Callosum
- I Sing the Body Eclectic (for flute choir)
- I Sit Alone in Martin's Church
- Little Snakes (in the Lighthouse)
- Max the King
- Philosopher's Stone, The
- Pilgrim's Progress
- Song of Hiawatha
None discovered thus far.