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Gregg Wramage

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Gregg Wramage


Gregg Wramage (b. 13 June 1970, Belmar, N.J.) is an American composer and music educator.

Dr. Wramage studied from 1990 at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City with, among others, Richard Danielpour, where he obtained both his Bachelor of Music and his Master of Music degrees. He then studied with David Del Tredici and George Tsontakis at City University New York (CUNY) and obtained his Ph.D. there as Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA). He did further studies with Joan Tower, Steven Stucky, David Liptak, Michael Daugherty and Christopher Rouse.

Wramage has taught at Queens College of City University New York (CUNY), Rutgers, New Jersey State University in Camden, New Jersey, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Aaron Copland School of Music, Westminster Choir College and currently teaches at Caldwell College in Caldwell, New Jersey. He also enjoys working with children and has taught music at various public and private elementary and middle schools throughout New Jersey. Currenty [2021], Gregg Wramage is an editor at RILM, specializing in topics including composition, and 20th- and 21st-century music and musical life.

As a composer, Dr. Wramage has written works for a variety of genres and has received several awards and accolades, such as the Copland House Sylvia Goldstein Award in 2007, first prize in the Third Millennium Ensemble Composers Competition and the Aspen Music Festival Jacob Druckman Composition Prize.

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