Huck Hodge

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Huck Hodge


Huck Hodge (b. 1977, Gainesville, Fla.) is an American composer and educator.

Hodge took his first musical training in Oregon. In 1999, he began a course of study at the Musikhochschule in Stuttgart, Germany. From 2002-2008, he was an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at Columbia University, studying composition. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Columbia in 2008.

An assistant professor of composition at the University of Washington in Seattle, Hodge is the winner of the 2011 Rome Prize, the 2004 Gaudeamus Prize, and the Aaron Copland Award from the Bogliasco Foundation.

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